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Who should be accused of Russian Election Meddling?

Trump's campaign colluded with Russia

Clinton hid her cooperation with Russia

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All the currently available evidence points towards Russia swinging the American 2016 presidential election with the cooperation of Trump and his campaign, suggests Joel Willett of Politico. Jared Kushner tried to organize a communications channel with the Russian government that would have been hidden from the US government. Paul Manafort is in custody under accusations of conspiring against the United States. All that is missing is a final nail in Trump’s coffin, which would be best provided by getting a Russian agent to spill the beans. Already he is being pressured to do just that. Unearthing the extent of Trump’s collusion is only a matter of time.

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As more information comes to light, it is clear that our focus should be on Hillary Clinton when approaching Russia's involvement in our presidential election, infers Richard Pollock of The Daily Caller. Under Obama, Clinton sold 20% of US Uranium reserves to the former Soviet Union, which resulted in a Russian donation of $145 million to the Clinton campaign. Clinton also paid and worked with Russian agents to find compromising information on Trump. This was a violation of campaign finance law as she didn’t disclose the payments involved in this exchange. These and other allegations have led Republicans to rightly call for a special prosecutor to investigate Clinton.

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