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The top trending video on YouTube Wednesday morning claimed a survivor of the shooting at a Florida high school was a "crisis actor."
Trump called on his Twitter followers to "ask Jeff Session" why the Obama administration is not the focus of the special counsel's Russia probe.
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Jonathon Morgan, New Knowledge, discusses the return of Russian bots on social media platforms pushing extreme rhetoric around the Florida high school mass shooting.
Trump says an alleged kiss in Trump Tower "never happened."
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More accounts of the Internet Research Agency's stranger activities have come forward from former employees.
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