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	<p>An excerpt from the Time Magazine Oval Office interview, published June 20, 2019. Original article available here:</p>

	<p>TRUMP: President Obama in September was told by the FBI about Russia. He did nothing. Hillary Clinton went out and paid a man who went to Russia and used Russians and paid Russians. They did nothing. A lot of the bloggers that you read about, O.K.? You
		read about these bloggers. They were on Hillary’s side and Trump’s side. The so-called — was it 24 numerous — And you’re talking about — she spent hundreds of millions of dollars on advertising and Facebook and everything else.</p>

	<p>TIME: But didn’t the American people —</p>

	<p>TRUMP: They spent a tiny amount of money — just so you understand, and as the report makes very clear, there was no collusion, there was no conspiracy —</p>

	<p>TIME: But why would you try to limit the investigation only —</p>

	<p>TRUMP: I didn’t limit the investigation.</p>

	<p>TIME: You dictated a letter —</p>

	<p>TRUMP: Excuse me —</p>

	<p>TIME: — to Corey Lewandowski telling him to tell [former Attorney General Jeff] Sessions to limit the investigation [to future Russia meddling] —</p>

	<p>TRUMP: I could have told Sessions myself if I wanted to. Under Section II —</p>

	<p>TIME: He testified under oath —</p>

	<p>TRUMP: Excuse me —</p>

	<p>TIME: — under threat of prison time, that that was the case Mr. President.</p>

	<p>TRUMP: Excuse me — Under Section II — Well, you can go to prison instead, because, if you use, if you use the photograph you took of the letter that I gave you —</p>

	<p>TIME: Do you believe that people should be —</p>

	<p>TRUMP: confidentially, I didn’t give it to you to take photographs of it — So don’t play that game with me. Let me just tell you something. You take a look —</p>

	<p>TIME: I’m sorry, Mr. President. Were you threatening me with prison time?</p>

	<p>TRUMP: Well, I told you the following. I told you you can look at this off-the-record. That doesn’t mean you take out your camera and start taking pictures of it. O.K.? So I hope you don’t have a picture of it. I know you were very quick to pull it out
		— even you were surprised to see that. You can’t do that stuff. So go have fun with your story. Because I’m sure it will be the 28th horrible story I have in TIME Magazine because I never — I mean — ha. It’s incredible. With all I’ve done and the success
		I’ve had, the way that TIME Magazine writes is absolutely incredible.</p>


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