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Pelosi and Psaki Send Each Other Spiraling Into Trump Conspiracy Theory

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Conspiracy theories regarding Donald Trump’s alleged ties to Vladimir Putin are resurfacing on MSNBC, with Nancy Pelosi speculating on what leverage Putin might have on Trump.

Pelosi suggested financial or compromising material as possible leverage, referencing past unverified claims like the Steele dossier.

“What does he have on Donald Trump that he’d have to constantly be catering to Putin?” Pelosi asked.

“Telling Putin, ‘Go into these countries’ — NATO countries! NATO was there to stop Russia, to keep Russia out. They have been successful for nearly 75 years,” she said, Psaki nodding.

“NATO was busted until I came along,” Trump said. “I said, ‘Everybody’s gonna pay.’ They said, ‘Well, if we don’t pay, are you still going to protect us?’ I said, ‘Absolutely not.’ They couldn’t believe the answer.”

“And then we have, what’s his name, I usually have him nameless, saying he doesn’t support NATO,” Pelosi said of Trump.

“‘He Who Shall Not Be Named,’ I know Voldemort well, so there’s another guy kind of like him,” Psaki said.

“What do you think? We’re all wondering this question, Speaker Pelosi, what do you think Putin has on him?” Psaki asked.

“I don’t know what he has on him, but I think it’s probably financial,” Pelosi said. “Either something financial he has on him or something on the town.”

Critics have pointed to the lack of evidence supporting such theories and highlighted the ongoing efforts to link Trump to Putin without concrete proof, emphasizing the prevalence of conspiracy theories in the media despite the lack of factual basis.

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