Democrats keep clinging to the idea that Donald Trump colluded with Russian agents during the 2016 election. But they haven't managed to uncover any evidence suggesting their theory is correct. Luckily, there is evidence of at least one interaction a major party nominee had with the Kremlin — and it could get her into quite a bit of trouble.
The person in question is, of course, Hillary Clinton. The fact that Clinton had previous contact with the Russian government is to be expected. After all, she served as secretary of state for four years under Barack Obama. But that doesn't mean that Clinton's contact with the Kremlin shouldn't come under scrutiny. While others have given Clinton a free pass, Trump is renewing efforts to investigate Clinton's involvement in a large-scale uranium sale that occurred during her tenure as secretary of state.
Read what Trump tweeted about the controversial sale on the next page: