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Trump's willingness to accept political dirt from foreign spies makes it 'open season' on US elections, intelligence veterans say

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President Donald Trump's admission this week that he would be open to accepting political dirt from a foreign power has intelligence veterans "stunned" and "saddened."
It has also reportedly demoralized FBI agents tasked with combatting foreign interference in US elections.
"This is the single most damaging statement Trump has made since taking office," one former senior DOJ official told INSIDER.
James Baker, the former general counsel of the FBI, told INSIDER Trump's comments were "outrageous," adding, "the president of the United States is making statements that foreign nationals could...
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