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George Papadopoulos Regrets Certain Aspects Of Plea Deal

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George Papadopoulos Regrets Certain Aspects Of Plea Deal

George Papadopoulos Regrets Certain Aspects Of Plea Deal

In part one of an interview with Newsy, one of candidate Donald Trump's earliest advisers says the full Mueller report should become public.

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George Papadopoulos Regrets Certain Aspects Of Plea Deal

George Papadopoulos says he did not lie to the FBI, but rather he "misspoke" because he was too trusting of agents.

He also explains why he doesn’t trust the FBI, whether he ever told the Trump campaign about the alleged Russian hacks and why the Mueller report should become public.

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SEE MORE: George Papadopoulos Tells Newsy About Frustration Of His Guilty Plea SEE MORE: George Papadopoulos On A Pardon And Why He Tried To Contact Russia




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