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Trump may encourage foreign governments to attack political opponents with recent comments

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Trump may encourage foreign governments to attack political opponents with recent comments

Trump may encourage foreign governments to attack political opponents with recent comments

President Donald Trump recently said he doesn’t see anything wrong with foreign governments giving him information.

According to CNN, this comment may encourage foreign government to attack political opponents.

In 2016, Russia targeted Hillary Clinton with various tools to obtain information and spread it around.

Trump suggested reporting the information to the FBI but also listening it to it.

The president said getting information was considered research and not interference.

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