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Washington, With Moscow on Its Mind

WASHINGTON -- During the 2016 campaign, Donald J. Trump's second campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, had regular communications with his longtime associate -- a former Russian military translator in Kiev who has been investigated in Ukraine on suspicion of being a Russian intelligence agent.

At the Republican National Convention in July, J. D. Gordon, a former Pentagon official on Mr. Trump's national security team, met with the Russian ambassador, Sergey Kislyak, at a time when Mr. Gordon w

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