Crossfire podcast, Episode 3: The Tower

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The Telegraph’s US Editor, Ben Riley-Smith reveals the untold story of Britain’s role in the Trump-Russia scandal over this six-part series. Spies, lies and an election like no other…

The email took just 3 minutes to send, dashed off from an iPhone. Yet it became the most controversial evidence in the Trump-Russia scandal. Why did Rob Goldstone, a Brit, offer Trump’s son ‘dirt’ on Hillary Clinton. And was he working with Russia? He tells all.

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