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Opinion: Is there any line Trump won’t allow Putin to cross?

As a game of who knew what when plays out with the administration — this time about US intelligence that Russia was allegedly paying Taliban proxies to kill US and British troops in Afghanistan — we can’t lose sight of the big picture: Putin feels increasingly empowered under this President and that’s a dangerous outlook for US national security.

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As a game of who knew what when plays out with the administration — this time about US intelligence that Russia was allegedly paying Taliban proxies to kill US and British troops in Afghanistan — we can’t lose sight of the big picture: Putin feels increasingly empowered under this President and that’s a dangerous outlook for US national security.

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