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Russian offered Trump campaign 'political' cooperation in 2015

France 24 Saturday, 8 December 2018
US prosecutors revealed Friday that a Russian offered cooperation to Donald Trump's campaign as early as 2015, declaring that the president's ex-lawyer Michael Cohen had provided "relevant" and "substantial" help to the Russia investigation.
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