Donald Trump accuses Hillary Clinton of collusion in latest Twitter meltdown

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President Trump continued his assault on the probes into Russia's involvement in the election by blasting Hillary Clinton for colluding with Democrats to beat Bernie Sanders. According to the complaint, she is accused of distorting donor levels in a 2010 loan application for $10 million from People's United Bank as part of a 33-acre land acquisition. According to the accusations, she obtained bank loans for Burlington College, a now-defunct liberal arts college with approximately 200 undergraduates that she served as president of from 2004 to 2011.

According to a release from Move On Civic Action, a progressive political organization that organized the rally, the event is created to urge moderate Senators - including U.S. Sen.

Two former Burlington College trustees said they were also contacted by attorneys representing Sanders, wife of U.S. Sen. "WHY?", Trump tweeted on Friday. Sanders has called all of the allegations "nonsense".

"I don't care what your political view is", Sanders said.

US President Donald Trump referred to US Senator Bernie Sanders as "crazy", then seemingly defended him in the same tweet. The letter alleged that to secure a $10 million loan and execute her grand plan to expand the college, Jane Sanders had falsified and inflated almost $2 million that she'd claimed donors had pledged to repay the loans.

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Emails obtained by VTDigger through a public records request show an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent and the assistant USA attorney for Vermont who leads the criminal division were reviewing Burlington College records in the state's possession as recently as February. When asked about the allegations, Bernie declared, "This implication came from Donald Trump's campaign manager in Vermont".

And high-profile Washington attorney Larry Robbins, who defended Libby "Scooter" Robbins, former chief of staff for Vice President Dick Cheney, is working for Jane Sanders.

"My only hope is for a fair, impartial, and thorough investigation", Mr. Toensing added.

"Despite the fact that all these charges are baseless", he said, O'Meara Sanders "should be able to consult with an attorney to understand the process".

Sanders' adviser Jeff Weaver told CBS that it's flat-out false that Bernie lobbied for the loan and stated that "the loan was approved by the financial board at the college".