Days after Vladimir Putin praised Donald Trump as an "outstanding and talented person," the GOP 2016 candidate is launching a vociferous defense on behalf of the Russian president, backing Putin against allegations that he has ordered the murder of journalists in Russia.
"It would be a terrible thing if it were true, but I have never seen any information or any proof that he killed reporters," Trump told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos in an interview that aired Sunday. "You're just saying, he killed reporters. You and other people tell me he killed reporters. I don...
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