<i>President Donald Trump has done nothing to clear up the confusion around his links with Russia.</i>
<i> A chain of incidents has raised doubts about the decision to cut off aid to groups opposing the Syrian dictatorship</i>
Donald Trump became president of the United States barely six months ago. It was the [Read more]
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