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One of Donald Trump's foreign policy advisers said Monday he was stepping down from the campaign, while pushing back on allegations that he had engaged in private communications with top Russian officials.

Carter Page said in an interview with Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin that the claims were "just complete garbage,” but nonetheless he had chosen to take a leave of absence from campaign become the accusations were causing a "distraction."

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A new anti-Donald Trump web ad that employs creepy sound effects and an eery black-and-white aesthetic ad will run in four states Monday, ahead of the first presidential debate.

The ad, produced by the pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC Priorities USA, is geared at subverting the #TrumpTrain hashtag often used by Trump supporters, and "show people what exactly the Trump train really means," Justin Barasky, a spokesperson for Priorities USA, told TPM.

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