Clinton drawn into Russian dossier scandal as Left awaits news of indictment


What does the Russian dossier tell us about both President Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton? A roundup of editorials Monday takes a look at the issue.

Opinions from the Left:

Why Clinton camp's funding of the Trump dossier matters

From Bloomberg: Which side was the Kremlin on in the 2016 election? Its own, of course.

Don’t be confused. This is the real Russian scandal.

From Newsday: This week the House and the Senate take a look at the role social media had in Russia’s intrusion into the 2016 presidential election. 

Attacks on Hillary Clinton show Team Trump won't go down without a fight

From CNN: Far from going down with the ship, Trump is trying to take Hillary Clinton down with them.

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