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Ricochet of Smears? Ft. Edward Luttwak, Center for Strategic & Intl. Studies senior associate

While the Russia collusion saga has so far produced little, if any, evidence linking Donald Trump to the Kremlin, it’s been very valuable in revealing how US political lobbying works: catfishing, phony connections, digging up dirt on opponents, and taking money from whoever pays – all of that has been part of the political fiction for years. But is reality now proving to be even more colorful? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Edward Luttwak, senior associate at the Center for Strategic & International Studies in Washington.



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