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Conservative writer Max Boot presented a detailed case showing that President Donald Trump could be a Russian asset – but he cannot find any evidence to refute that theory.

The national security analyst examined publicly disclosed evidence of Trump’s business and personal relationships with Russia and its President, Vladimir Putin, and found 18 reasons to believe the president may be working against US interests, Boot wrote for the Washington Post.

The FBI opened an anti-espionage investigation into Trump after he fired former FBI director James Comey. This work could continue under Special Adviser Robert Mueller, who has indicted Russians and former Trump campaign officials of activities during the 2016 campaign.

Summing up the president’s business relations with Russia, Boot listed numerous examples of Trump’s side with Putin against US law enforcement and intelligence agencies and listed other examples of his strange and disturbing behavior towards the foreign adversary.

“I can’t think of anything that would exonerate Trump other than the difficulty of grasping what would once have been inconceivable: that a President of the United States could actually have been compromised by a hostile foreign power,” wrote Boot.

Trump claims he was tougher on Russia than any other president, but Boot said most of the punitive measures against the Kremlin were taken by Congress or Trump aides – and he pointed out that the president was “angry” at these measures. has been.

“This is hardly an unequivocal case that Trump is a Russian agent – especially not in the way Robert Hanssen or Aldrich Ames were,” wrote Boot. “But there is strong circumstantial evidence that Trump, as former acting CIA director Michael Morell and former CIA director Michael V. Hayden warned during the 2016 campaign, was” an ignorant agent of the Russian Federation “(Morell) or an “More useful” is a fool who is “manipulated by Moscow” (Hayden).

“If Trump isn’t actually a Russian agent, he’s making a pretty good imitation of one,” he added.

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