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Let’s refer to it as the “Donald Trump + scam” test: If the president states it’s a scam, then it most likely is really real.

Trump has actually notoriously described environment modification as “a scam,” a number of times. Recently he’s directed his scam radar towards aiming to challenge any story relating to Russian participation in the 2016 United States governmental election. He was at it once again on Friday.

The president sent out 2 tweets Friday early morning about Russian participation in the election, once again calling Russian impact a “scam.”

On Thursday, Facebook revealed that it would offer congressional detectives with more than 3,000 advertisements connected to Russia as numerous groups continue to penetrate Kremlin impact in the election, and to exactly what degree that impact held sway over Trump’s project.

These different examinations have yet to conclude, however, as littles info about prospective collusion in between Trump’s camp and the Kremlin have actually continued to dribble into journalism, Trump has actually stayed unfaltering in his claim that the whole “Russia story” is a “scam” or “phony news.”

Again, it’s unclear to exactly what degree Moscow held sway over the 2016 governmental election or Trump’s project. If the “Russia story” is as much a “scam” as environment modification …

… then Trump’s most likely not going to like how this ends.

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