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Did John Bolton call for war on Russia? But he says Trump didn’t collude

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Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, a mainstay of past Republican administrations, doesn’t think Donald Trump colluded with the Russians. But if the Russians meddled in U.S. elections, they must be dealt with. In a powerful 20-minute speech to a few thousand people at the Western Conservative Summit in Denver Friday night, Bolton said he hasn’t […]

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Republican Mike Coffman calls ad about Trump campaign’s Russia ties ‘laughable and dishonest’

U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman (Photo by RJ Sangosti/Denver Post, File)

Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman’s campaign fired back late Sunday at a liberal organization’s TV ad questioning his response to news about the Trump campaign’s contact with Russians who were attempting to influence last year’s presidential election, calling the attack “laughable and dishonest.”

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VIDEO: Ads rip Colorado Republicans Mike Coffman, Scott Tipton for ‘crickets’ response to Trump-Russia news

An ad from the liberal MoveOn organization aired Sunday, July 16, 2017, charges that five Republican congressmen, including Colorado's Mike Coffman and Scott Tipton, have stayed quiet since details emerged over the previous week about contact between the Trump campaign and Russians trying to influence the 2016 presidential election. The ads targeting Coffman and Tipton aired in the Denver, Colorado Springs and Grand Junction TV markets. (Photo via YouTube)

The liberal MoveOn organization aired ads Sunday hitting U.S. Reps. Mike Coffman and Scott Tipton for their response to revelations over the past week about links between top Trump campaign officials and Russians trying to influence last year’s presidential election. “Crickets,” the 30-second ad says, while the sound of the insects plays in the background.

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Bennet astonished by the avalanche of information in the Trump-Russia investigation

Colorado’s senior U.S. senator, Michael Bennet, said Friday evening he’s having a hard time keeping up with all the news about President Trump and the Russians. “You can’t turn around for 10 minutes,” he told a full sanctuary at Denver’s Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church in his third town hall meeting of the day. “It’s going to drive us […]

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Democratic bill would force Trump to release tax returns to appear on Colorado’s 2020 ballot

President Donald Trump leaves the East Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, April 6, 2017, after appearing on Fox & Friends before a Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride event. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Presidential candidates — including President Donald Trump — would have to release their tax returns if they want a spot on Colorado’s ballot and a shot at winning the state’s nine electoral votes under legislation introduced Friday by Democratic lawmakers.

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Political protests seem at all time high, but do they work?

Gwendalynn Roebeke, left, was among dozens of people at a protest of President Donald Trump's travel ban on several mostly Muslim nations at the University of Colorado in Boulder on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017. Such scenes have become daily occurrences since Trump took office, and their ultimate success will depend on whether they can be sustained, according to a Metropolitan State University political science professor.( Cliff Grassmick/Daily Camera via AP)
Protests, email and letter writing campaigns targeted at members of Congress and packed town hall meetings have seemingly become the norm since Donald Trump assumed the presidency. Opposition is nothing new to anyone who’s sat in the Oval Office — or in any elected office for that matter — and tried to carry out new […]

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While not a Trump fan, Gardner impressed by Tillerson

Rex Tillerson, Cory Gardner
Following the Senate confirmation hearing last week for Rex Tillerson, Donald Trump’s nominee for secretary of state, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner walked away impressed by the candidate presented to him as the incoming presidential administration and its appointees begin to filter in closer to filling their executive branch positions. Gardner said he came away from […]

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