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There's a Russian storm over Trump's struggling presidency

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The darkening storm over Russia is now looming over President Donald Trump's innermost circle.

The intrigue now threatening to swamp Washington politics deepened on Monday when Trump's son-in-law and trusted adviser, Jared Kushner, offered to testify to senators about meetings with senior Kremlin officials -- including the head of a bank closely linked to President Vladimir Putin's government.

And more revelations about a secret trip to the White House complex by

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