Americans were speechless as Trump pandered to Putin, called Russian interference in our elections a hoax, and maneuvered to
obstruct and discredit federal and state independent investigations into his own extensive dealings with Russian actors. In this excerpt in The Washington Spectator from his new book #AmericanKompromat, the veteran journalist Craig Unger chronicles how Trump was compromised by the KGB.
The ascent of Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States in 2016 did not take place in a vacuum, nor did his grab for unprecedented executive power that far transcend democratic norms. Starting back in the Soviet era, the KGB and its successors methodically studied various components of ...