Questions continue to swirl around contact Donald J. Trump’s aides may have had with Russian officials during his 2016 presidential campaign. Last week, Michael Flynn, President Trump’s national security adviser, resigned from his post after the Justice Department reported Flynn misled the administration about his communications with the Russian ambassador. Now, calls are mounting for Congress to investigate allegations of Trump-Russia ties. Marjorie Castle, an associate professor in the University of Utah’s Department of Political Science, is available to help sort out this controversy.
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