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So how much has Nigel Farage been in DC since the inauguration? “A lot,” one close Farage-watcher tells me. My snoop says he thinks Farage has visited DC at least three times since President Trump’s inauguration election. He was here on election night. He was the first foreign politician to meet with Trump after his win. He came to DC against in December. He came at least once in January for the inauguration. And he came again in February. That’s a lot. All of these trips have been about deepening Farage’s alliance with President Trump and his coterie. The last meeting that we know of between the two men was on February 26th when they dined together at Trump’s DC hotel. What business would Farage possibly have meeting secretly with Assange today?

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