Natasha Bertrand

Staff writer @TheAtlantic covering national security & politics. @NBCNews/@MSNBC contributor. nbertrand@theatlantic.com nbertrand@protonmail.com

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DOJ Says Russian Trolls Are Interfering Online with the Midterms
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DOJ Says Russian Trolls Are Interfering Online with the Midterms
October, 19 2018
The Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee Won’t Restart a Full-On Russia Probe
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The Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee Won’t Restart a Full-On Russia Probe
October, 18 2018
The Trump Campaign Says Exploiting Hacked Emails Is Free Speech
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The Trump Campaign Says Exploiting Hacked Emails Is Free Speech
October, 10 2018
The FBI Investigation Didn’t Go Very Far By Design
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The FBI Investigation Didn’t Go Very Far By Design
October, 5 2018
John Kerry Is Pushing Back Against Trump
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John Kerry Is Pushing Back Against Trump
October, 3 2018
This Is No ‘Standard’ FBI Background Investigation
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This Is No ‘Standard’ FBI Background Investigation
October, 2 2018
Rosenstein’s Day of Reckoning With the President
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Rosenstein’s Day of Reckoning With the President
September, 27 2018
A Supreme Court Case Could Liberate Trump to Pardon His Associates
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A Supreme Court Case Could Liberate Trump to Pardon His Associates
September, 25 2018
What Rosenstein’s Exit Would Mean for Mueller's Russia Investigation
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What Rosenstein’s Exit Would Mean for Mueller's Russia Investigation
September, 24 2018
‘Carter Page Is a Very Unlikely GOP Hero’
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‘Carter Page Is a Very Unlikely GOP Hero’
September, 19 2018
Michael Flynn Will Finally Be Sentenced
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Michael Flynn Will Finally Be Sentenced
September, 17 2018
Paul Manafort's Cooperation With Mueller Is the Biggest Blow Yet to Trump
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Paul Manafort's Cooperation With Mueller Is the Biggest Blow Yet to Trump
September, 14 2018
How Trump and Manafort Are Helping Each Other in the Russia Investigation
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How Trump and Manafort Are Helping Each Other in the Russia Investigation
September, 13 2018
Republicans Balk at Democrats’ Pledge to Snub Hackers
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Republicans Balk at Democrats’ Pledge to Snub Hackers
September, 7 2018
Trump Wants Sessions To Investigate ‘Anonymous.’ But There Was No Crime.
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Trump Wants Sessions To Investigate ‘Anonymous.’ But There Was No Crime.
September, 7 2018
Christopher Steele Again Eludes His Republican Pursuers
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Christopher Steele Again Eludes His Republican Pursuers
September, 6 2018
Woodward’s Account of Trump’s Mock Interview with Prosecutors Isn’t Pretty
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Woodward’s Account of Trump’s Mock Interview with Prosecutors Isn’t Pretty
September, 5 2018
Trump’s Top Targets in the Russia Probe Are Experts in Organized Crime
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Trump’s Top Targets in the Russia Probe Are Experts in Organized Crime
August, 30 2018
Devin Nunes’s Curious Trip to London
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Devin Nunes’s Curious Trip to London
August, 28 2018
New York Prosecutors May Pose a Bigger Threat to Trump Than Mueller
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New York Prosecutors May Pose a Bigger Threat to Trump Than Mueller
August, 24 2018
Paul Manafort and Trump’s Pardon Pattern
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Paul Manafort and Trump’s Pardon Pattern
August, 24 2018
The Dramatic Conclusion to Paul Manafort’s Trial
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The Dramatic Conclusion to Paul Manafort’s Trial
August, 21 2018
Christopher Steele’s Victory in a D.C. Court
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Christopher Steele’s Victory in a D.C. Court
August, 21 2018
FBI Fires Agent Who Wrote Anti-Trump Texts But Didn’t Leak the Russia Probe
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FBI Fires Agent Who Wrote Anti-Trump Texts But Didn’t Leak the Russia Probe
August, 17 2018
The Government’s Technical, Jargony, Revealing Case Against Paul Manafort
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The Government’s Technical, Jargony, Revealing Case Against Paul Manafort
August, 16 2018
Here's How the Government Plans to Take Down Paul Manafort
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Here's How the Government Plans to Take Down Paul Manafort
July, 31 2018
Paul Manafort’s Trial Won’t Be All About Russia
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Paul Manafort’s Trial Won’t Be All About Russia
July, 31 2018
How Russia Persecutes Its Dissidents Using U.S. Courts
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How Russia Persecutes Its Dissidents Using U.S. Courts
July, 30 2018
The Case for a Trump-Russia Conspiracy Just Got a Little Stronger
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The Case for a Trump-Russia Conspiracy Just Got a Little Stronger
July, 27 2018
Unanswered Questions Trail a Trump DOJ Official with a Russia Tie
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Unanswered Questions Trail a Trump DOJ Official with a Russia Tie
July, 24 2018
There’s Tension in the Air at the Aspen Security Forum
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There’s Tension in the Air at the Aspen Security Forum
July, 20 2018
Putin’s Big Tell?
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Putin’s Big Tell?
July, 18 2018
Trump’s Meeting With Putin Draws Alarmed Responses From Both Parties
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Trump’s Meeting With Putin Draws Alarmed Responses From Both Parties
July, 16 2018
'There Is Simply No Evidence of Bias in My Professional Actions'
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'There Is Simply No Evidence of Bias in My Professional Actions'
July, 12 2018
Trump Backs Russia on Election Interference Ahead of NATO Summit
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Trump Backs Russia on Election Interference Ahead of NATO Summit
June, 28 2018
Under Mueller's Scrutiny, Trump Allies Cry FBI Entrapment
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Under Mueller's Scrutiny, Trump Allies Cry FBI Entrapment
June, 25 2018
Mueller's Targets Keep Digging Deeper Holes
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Mueller's Targets Keep Digging Deeper Holes
June, 15 2018
How Trumpworld Is Spinning the FBI Report
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How Trumpworld Is Spinning the FBI Report
June, 15 2018
The FBI’s Reckoning
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The FBI’s Reckoning
June, 13 2018
Senate Investigators May Have Found a Missing Piece in the Russia Probe
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Senate Investigators May Have Found a Missing Piece in the Russia Probe
June, 7 2018
Fusion GPS testimony brings alleged dossier source Sergei Millian back into the spotlight
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Fusion GPS testimony brings alleged dossier source Sergei Millian back into the spotlight
January, 19 2018
Russia-linked Twitter accounts are working overtime to help Devin Nunes and WikiLeaks
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Russia-linked Twitter accounts are working overtime to help Devin Nunes and WikiLeaks
January, 19 2018
Fusion GPS interview with House panel leaves huge pile of breadcrumbs for Trump-Russia investigators
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Fusion GPS interview with House panel leaves huge pile of breadcrumbs for Trump-Russia investigators
January, 18 2018
Ex-CIA officer arrested, suspected of spying for China and betraying informants who were then killed
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Ex-CIA officer arrested, suspected of spying for China and betraying informants who were then killed
January, 16 2018
House panel subpoenas Bannon after he refuses to answer questions, citing executive privilege
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House panel subpoenas Bannon after he refuses to answer questions, citing executive privilege
January, 16 2018
Devin Nunes is under mounting pressure to release the transcript of a House Intel interview with Fusion GPS
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Devin Nunes is under mounting pressure to release the transcript of a House Intel interview with Fusion GPS
January, 15 2018
Meet the Russia specialist who worked on 2 of Fusion GPS' most controversial projects
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Meet the Russia specialist who worked on 2 of Fusion GPS' most controversial projects
January, 14 2018
Russian hackers are laying the groundwork to spy on the US Senate, cybersecurity firm says
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Russian hackers are laying the groundwork to spy on the US Senate, cybersecurity firm says
January, 12 2018
Cyprus, a former press secretary, and the RNC: We now know more about Manafort's Trump Tower notes
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Cyprus, a former press secretary, and the RNC: We now know more about Manafort's Trump Tower notes
January, 12 2018
Democrats call for Trump Organization subpoena as part of 'serious investigation' into Trump conflicts of interest
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Democrats call for Trump Organization subpoena as part of 'serious investigation' into Trump conflicts of interest
January, 11 2018
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