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Donald Trump throws allies, civilians—and Pence—under the bus, offers up Aleppo to Russia

An American presidential nominee could never be deeply in debt to Russian oligarchs in the inner circle at the Kremlin—unless that nominee is Donald Trump. And he absolutely is. “Trump has sought and received funding from Russian investors for his business ventures, especially after most American banks stopped lending to him following his multiple bankruptcies.” Well, the folks around Putin’s table this morning have to feel like their cash was well invested, because the Republican candidate sold out both America’s allies in Syria and his own running mate in order to support Russian control of Syria.
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