For all practical purposes, Trump and his team are serving as Russian assets

Jared Kushner‘s smoke screen is just part and parcel of Trump’s entire posture toward Russia’s outright attack on our democracy. Trump, partly due to ego and perhaps even Russian leverage, has always sought to sow confusion about Russia’s 2016 efforts. From Trump’s imaginary 400-pound guy in New Jersey, to his 2018 Helsinki assertion, standing beside Russian President Vladimir Putin, that he didn’t “see any reason why it would be” Russia that perpetrated the attack, to his utterly indefensible lack of concern about securing future elections, Trump has been a walking, talking Russian disinformation campaign ever since he first opened his mouth on the topic during the 2016 presidential campaign.

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