In Sunday night’s episode of “Life, Liberty & Levin” on Fox News, LevinTV host Mark Levin interviewed Grove City College Professor Paul Kengor on the Democratic Party’s newfound claim to be the party that challenges Russia since Donald Trump became president.
Levin reviewed the Democratic Party’s history of being favorable toward Russia. He asked Kengor about the late Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., who colluded with the Kremlin to defeat President Ronald Reagan in the 1984 presidential election.
“Ted Kennedy was colluding with, conspiring with, working with the Kremlin to defeat the re-election of President Ronald Reagan. This is never discussed on national television,” Levin said.
Kengor cited a document from the Central Committee archives of the Soviet Union showing the two top officials in the USSR discussing a request from Kennedy to influence the U.S. election — a document you would never see reported in the mainstream media.
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