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In Montana, miles from Trump's Russia crisis, there's no clamor to impeach

In Washington, some people — Democrats mainly — are practically counting down the days left in Donald Trump’s presidency, as one stunning revelation quickly overruns another.

But outside the Beltway, where people aren’t glued to cable TV for the latest on FBI Director James B. Comey’s firing, or consumed with their Twitter feed for the latest on Trump divulging sensitive intelligence to Russia, there is hardly the same sense of urgency, much less crisis.

“Fake news,” shrugged Bob Winninghoff, 84, a Republican who used to sell Fords for a living here in rural western Montana.

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