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Subpoena the Interpreter

There are real costs to such a move—but the public needs to know what was said between Trump and Putin.
Source: Grigory Dukor / Reuters

Now Congress faces a very hard question: Subpoena President Donald Trump’s translator, or not?

On Saturday, ’s Greg Miller new details of the extreme things done by Trump to conceal his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin from even the senior-most members of Trump’s own administration. Trump even reportedly seized the interpreter’s notes after one of his meetings, the Trump-Putin sit-down at the Hamburg G20 meeting in July 2017. Even more disturbingly, Trump and Putin met privately a

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