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Counselor to President Trump Kellyanne Conway said she did not have to look very hard during campaign season to find dirt on Hillary Clinton.

"When I needed negative information about Hillary Clinton I didn't have to go very far," Conway told "Fox & Friends" Friday. "I looked at Hillary Clinton. She was a treasure trove."

The Russia collusion story reared its head again this week after reports broke of Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer, where he sought to obtain dirt on Clinton.

"The goal posts have been moved," Conway said. "We were promised systemic, hard evidence of systemic, sustained, furtive collusion that not only interfered with out election process but indeed dictated the electoral outcome."

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"One of the only people who says that these days is still Hillary Clinton, and nobody believes it," she continued. "We know why she lost. It's obvious."

President Trump defended his son Thursday, calling him a "great person who loves our country." At a press conference with the French president he said this type of "opposition research" is common in political campaigns, ugly as it may be.

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