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The untold story of Britain's role in the Trump-Russia scandal, revealed by those who saw it firsthand. Spies, lies and an election like no other.

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The untold story of Britain's role in the Trump-Russia scandal, revealed by those who saw it firsthand. Spies, lies and an election like no other.

    The Bomb

    The Bomb

    The Russia investigation only began thanks to a pair of London meetings. One saw a Trump adviser meet a mysterious professor. The other involved an Aussie diplomat. Those present reveal what happened, including someone who has never been heard before...

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    • 30 min
    The Dossier

    The Dossier

    Christopher Steele is the world's most famous spy. The ex-MI6 agent's memos alleging Trump-Kremlin links infuriated the president. But how did he compile the dossier and why? Was he a 'bad actor' or patriot? A friend, colleague, mentor and FBI official speak up. 

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    • 26 min
    The Tower

    The Tower

    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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    • 30 min
    The Don

    The Don

    Stefan Halper was a respected Cambridge University academic. But in autumn 2016 he was also something else - an FBI informant. Three Trump campaign figures targeted by Halper agree to talk. A story of subterfuge, secret recordings and the hazy morality of spying. 

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    • 31 min
    The Hack

    The Hack

    Hacked Democratic Party emails upended Hillary Clinton's campaign. Yet it was from a posh London apartment near Harrods that their release was orchestrated. The Telegraph's Ben Riley-Smith takes you inside Julian Assange's embassy hideout to hear how he influenced the 2016 US election from the UK. 

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    • 28 min
    The Fallout

    The Fallout

    Did Britain spy on Trump? The president has suggested so. To find out, in this final episode we track down the man who made the claim first, an FBI official on the Russia probe and a UK minister caught in the middle. The answer reveals something about the true nature of Trump World. 

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    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5
62 Ratings

62 Ratings

buddhatim ,

Comrade Trump

Trump was right when he said the he could kill someone on 5th avenue and not lose a single vote. That’s because a large minority of Americans would be happy living under fascism (while claiming to be patriots). These knuckle-dragging trump monkeys have an excuse for all his lies, crimes and scandals. God help America.

Moondogz ,

Propaganda

Get over it! Trump is not a Russian spy!

Taken it Slow... ,

NeverTrumper

Glad I read the reviews - thx!
Sounds like a waste of time.

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