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New Records Contradict Trump’s Claims on 2013 Moscow Trip


Newly obtained flight records by Bloomberg show that a plane Donald Trump used to fly to Moscow in 2013 spent nearly 48 hours in the city. The records most likely contradict Trump's claims to James Comey, in the former FBI director memo's, that he did not stay overnight in Moscow. The trip in particular is referenced in the infamous dossier about the president's alleged ties to Russia. One of the more explosive claims in the dossier claims of Trump being present for a lewd sexual act involving prostitutes and urination in a Moscow hotel.

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