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Fact Check: How Trump Has Split With His Administration on Russian Meddling [The New York Times]

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PDF “But, certainly, there was meddling and probably there was meddling from other countries and maybe other individuals,” the president said at a March 6 news conference . This pattern of diversion has steadily increased since Mr. Trump took office. Here is a look back at how the president and his own administration have parted ways on Russia. February 2018: Deflecting accusations of Russian meddling United States intelligence officials warned in mid-February that Russia had already begun meddling in the 2018 midterm elections . But Mr. Trump continued to suggest other countries could also be the culprit. “By the way, I have to say, Obama was the president during all of this meddling, or whatever you want to call it, with Russians and others possibly,” he said in a Feb. 24 interview on Fox News . December 2017: Conflicting signals on national security Mr. Trump’s first national security strategy blueprint made repeated references to Russia’s interference in the 2 [Read more]

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