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Donald Trump’s impeachment saga has become an increasingly important story in the US media.
And so far, it has been the biggest story of the Trump presidency.
But while there are plenty of other stories out there, including Trump’s ties to Russia, the news of Trump’s imminent impeachment has gained an important foothold among the American public.
This is because a lot of people are not very familiar with the story of Trump, or how it came to be.
Trump is the most unpopular president in US history, according to Gallup data, and he’s already been impeached twice by the House of Representatives.
While his impeachment is far from over, Trump’s presidency has been largely defined by the way in which he has handled his relationship with Russia.
In this episode, we look at the history of the story, how it got started, and why it has become such an important political story.
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Trump’s ties with Russia The story of how Trump got into a confrontation with Russian officials is long and complicated.
The story starts in 1998, when Trump made a televised appearance on The Apprentice.
In the video, Trump is asked to give a speech about his plans to bring jobs back to America.
Trump has long said that he wanted to bring back jobs from Russia, and that he would do so by making sure that the US government would pay more to US companies.
Trump’s response to the Apprentice appearance was to insult a Russian reporter, Boris Epshteyn, and ask him to stop filming him.
Epshsoyn told The New York Times that he had been instructed by Trump to do this.
In 2000, Epshseyn and a friend filmed a television appearance in which Trump threatened to sue Epshleyn and his associates for having recorded him.
This led to the arrest of the Epshleys, who were charged with conspiracy to commit wiretapping and obstruction of justice.
The Epshley case was later thrown out by a jury, but Trump continued to publicly attack Epshbyne for months after the verdict was announced.
Epshelyns lawyers also filed a lawsuit against Trump for defamation and defamation of character, arguing that Trump had engaged in a defamation campaign.
Trump was also sued in 2005 by an American businessman who had sued Trump over a photo of Trump with a Russian model on his Instagram page.
This case was thrown out as well, but in November 2007, a jury in Florida ruled that Trump did indeed defame the businessman by using a false statement.
However, Epsheryn’s lawyers also wanted the jury to find Trump guilty of defamation, arguing in a motion that Trump was merely trying to make an example of the American businessman by showing him a photo.
A Florida jury disagreed with that argument, and in January 2008, a mistrial was declared.
Epshley and Epshreyn’s case made headlines around the world.
Trump tweeted that Epshlee’s lawyers had a “very nasty trial” and called the jury a “totally biased jury”.
The following month, Epshrleyn was sentenced to 18 months in prison, with all of the other charges dismissed.
What has happened since?
Trump is still a controversial figure in the United States, and there is little consensus as to how things will unfold.
He has been a frequent target of right-wing talk radio hosts and conspiracy theorists, who believe that he’s a puppet of the Kremlin.
Trump’s own campaign website is also a popular place to find information about Trump, with several articles that have been written on the topic.
One of the more interesting developments in the news since the impeachment is the release of transcripts of conversations between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The transcripts were made public after months of negotiations between Trump’s lawyers and the Russian government.
The Russian government said that they wanted to release the transcripts because they wanted people to see how the Trump team was dealing with Putin, but the Trump lawyers argued that the Kremlin wanted to protect their reputation.
“We believe that we are being targeted for this, that they are trying to discredit our team and to prevent us from doing our job,” Epshreeyn told Newsweek in February.
Is this the end of the Russia scandal for Trump?
It’s possible that Trump’s troubles with the Russian regime are just beginning.
In February 2018, the US Senate confirmed former FBI director Robert Mueller as special counsel in the Russia investigation.
Mueller is a former prosecutor, and while he’s been working on his investigations into Trump, he has not taken a stand on the Trump scandal.
Mueller has made clear that he doesn’t have any intention of investigating Trump’s Russia ties, and it’s unclear how much of an impact he could have on Trump’s standing with the American people.
If Trump does get impeached, he will be the first president to