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Trump and the GOP have a conspiracy theory on Ukraine.

President Trump continues to push a fictitious theory that Ukraine actually meddled in the 2016 election. Chris Cillizza explains how these false narratives are dangerously entering the American political sphere.

SOURCES AND FURTHER READING:
Here's Who Found That Russia Meddled in the 2016 Election
https://bit.ly/380Lsbv

Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election
https://bit.ly/385LZt4

Trump continues to push debunked Ukraine conspiracy theory
https://abcn.ws/2DHaKxB

Debunking the Trump-backed conspiracy theory on Ukraine election meddling
https://cnn.it/35WYg0J

Surprise: Trump allegedly got his Ukraine conspiracy theory from the Russia-tied criminals on his campaign
https://wapo.st/2Ymqv6N

Not enough Pinocchios for Trump’s CrowdStrike obsession
https://wapo.st/2DHH0Rc

The most revealing Clinton campaign emails in WikiLeaks release
https://politi.co/2RdKuCP

This Republican senator keeps pushing a delusion about Ukraine and the 2016 election
https://cnn.it/2OHLtJQ

Trump complains Ukraine ‘hated’ him as a candidate, but lots of foreign officials opposed him
https://wapo.st/2YbcY1H

61 not-very-positive things foreign leaders have said about Donald Trump
https://wapo.st/2OOefZz

12 Russian Agents Indicted in Mueller Investigation
https://nyti.ms/2rU7ps8

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CREDITS
Writer: Chris Cillizza
The Point team: Leigh Munsil and Allison Gordon
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