If Trump is not deliberately lying about there being "no collusion", where did he get this information? There was one well-recognized source from which Trump could be drawing this conclusion, and when you read the name, you'll understand.

You might recall that Trump used the phrase "no collusion" no fewer than 16 times during a recent interview with The New York Times and reporter Michael Schmidt. This week, Trump added dozens more instances of the phrase "no collusion" to the list, including a press conference with the Norwegian prime minister on Wednesday in which Trump responded to a question from Fox News correspondent John Roberts about the Russia investigation. Trump's comparatively brief response featured seven instances of "no collusion." Where did he get this information?...

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