President Trump’s skepticism of Russian involvement in the 2016 hack of Democrats’ emails, and his belief that Ukrainian officials were working to support his opponent, appear to have been fueled in part by senior advisers dating back to that year’s presidential campaign, according to FBI interview notes and other documents.
Former national security adviser Mike Flynn and campaign chairman Paul Manafort told others on the Trump campaign that they didn’t believe Russia was behind the theft of emails from the Democratic National…
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