President Donald Trump has been dogged by controversy over allegations that members of his team communicated with Russian officials during and after the campaign.
On Thursday, the Washington Post reported that Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak twice in the last year, which he did not disclose during his confirmation hearing. This comes just weeks after Trump National Security Adviser Ret. Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn resigned over phone calls he made to Kislyak.
Trump and his team deny any improper contacts with the Russians. Here is a timeline of the issues surrounding Russia and the Trump administration.
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