Historical Parallels: Treason Accusations in Early and Modern America

Vice President Aaron Burr was accused of treason by President Jefferson for espionage and other charges. General Wilkinson, appointed by George Washington, was later confirmed to be a spy for the Spanish, according to unearthed research in Mexico City. This shows that accusations of foreign spying have been a part of U.S. history since the 1700s, drawing parallels to the recent allegations involving President Trump.

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