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>> As investigations into the Trump campaign's contacts with Moscow heat up, his lawyers on Friday asserting that Trump has no financial ties to Russia, with a few notable exceptions. Saying that his tax returns dating back to 2005 show no Russian debts. An income from only a handful of Russian sources.
The most notable, the sale of Trump's mansion in Palm Beach, Florida to Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev in 2008 for $95 million, more than double the $41 million he paid for it 3 years earlier. Trump also earning millions from hosting the Miss Universe Beauty Pageant in Moscow in 2013.
The lawyer's assessment at odds with Trump's son and business partner, Donald Trump Jr. who said in 2008 that quote, we see a lot of money pouring in from Russia. Reuters investigation also finding that Russians have invested nearly $100 million in Trump's buildings in Florida. The letter following a request from Senator Lindsey Graham a bid to tamp down questions as the FBI and Congress try to figure out whether anyone in Trump's campaign worked with Moscow to win the White House.
Trump's sudden dismissal of FBI Director, James Comey this week, in his own words in a interview with NBC, raising fears he is trying to stifle the probe.>> We're very proud.