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the T word

Democrats are now crying 'treason'

As an avalanche of potentially incriminating information has come out about Donald Trump Jr. in recent days, the "T" word is increasingly close to people's lips. George W. Bush's administration ethics lawyer said it first. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) followed it up. And Tuesday, on the heels of Trump Jr.'s own publication of an email chain linking him to the Kremlin, Rep. Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) has put it into words yet again:

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) also released a statement in which he made the seriousness of Trump Jr.'s involvement clear. "These emails show there is no longer a question of whether this campaign sought to collude with a hostile foreign power to subvert America's democracy," Wyden said. "The question is how far the coordination goes."