Swalwell: ‘Being President Means Believing the Word of Our Intelligence Agencies’ Over the Word of Putin

‘Being president means believing the word of our intelligence agencies over the word of Vladimir Putin’

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SWALWELL: "Being president means believing the word of our intelligence agencies over the word of Vladimir Putin. (Cheering and Applause) It means standing up to a Saudi prince that authorized the murder of a U.S. resident. (Cheering and Applause) It means calling out a ruthless North Korean dictator who has tortured and killed an American student and not being his best pal."  

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