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    A US media outlet has claimed that US President Donald Trump was recruited by Soviet intelligence way back in the 1980s.

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    A NYMag article titled "What if Trump Has Been a Russian Asset Since 1987" claims that Moscow might have obtained dirt on Donald Trump during his 1987 or 2013 Moscow trips.

    The magazine also alleged that the political statements made by the real estate mogul in the late 1980s seemed to be "built around themes that dovetailed closely with Soviet foreign-policy goals," just as his current foreign policy supposedly serves Russia's interests.

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