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In this three-part series, "Four Corners" delivers a riveting account of the allegations and evidence from the characters central to the drama that has gripped the world. Months in the making, filmed across the United States, the United Kingdom and Russia, Sarah Ferguson charts the extraordinary allegations, interrogating the evidence and interviewing central characters in this unfolding story that could be lifted from the pages of a blockbuster spy novel.
"Four Corners" investigates the central allegations that members of the Trump team, including possibly the President himself, actively colluded with Russia to subvert American democracy.
"Four Corners" follows the money trail from New York to Moscow, tracking the ties between Trump, his business empire and Russia.
"Four Corners" speaks to key protagonists at the heart of the drama about the Trump team members accused of being compromised by Russia.
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