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Did Clinton 'ever apologize for receiving the answers to the debate?'

Did Clinton 'ever apologize for receiving the answers to the debate?'

Trump's tweet comes as the FBI investigates potential collusion between Trump's campaign team and the Russian government amid the presidential election.

He also questioned whether or not the brother of Clinton's campaign manager, John Podesta, had received money to help lift Russian sanctions and asked if Clinton knew about it. The Trump ally told "Sunday Morning Futures" that the Russia-Trump story is "absurd" but raises questions about whether the Obama administration "deliberately" leaked information and what the Russians have been up to.

And finally, Trump once against attacked Hillary Clinton for getting "the answers" to debate questions ahead of a Democratic primary town hall - despite the fact that Clinton only received tips about the questions that would be asked, not the answers themselves.

Brazile, who went on to become the interim chair of the Democratic National Committee, has since publicly apologized after first denying she shared the debate question.

The president complained that the "fake news" media had been focused on his campaign's possible connections to Russian Federation rather than Clinton's supposed ties. "'Spied on before nomination.' The real story", he posted at 6:15 a.m.

Donald Trump kicked off Monday praising Fox News for a report that exposed the "crooked scheme" against him.

The president early Monday also questioned whether "the brother of John Podesta paid big money to get the sanctions on Russian Federation lifted".

In the face of a media-created echo chamber on alleged Russian influence in the USA election, despite any real evidence surfacing, President Donald Trump reminded the nation Monday of a real scandal being brushed under the carpet.

The tweets came after a segment on one of Trump's reportedly favorite shows, Fox News' "Fox & friends".

The president has since suggested that by "wiretapping" he meant surveillance in a broader sense.

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