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    go to events

    The following in red is confusing.

    Are you getting all the intelligence and information you need from the Russians? And should Americans be worried when they go to big, public events?

    Is this saying "they are doing something unusual or important?"


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    Re: go to events

    No. It means '...when they go to crowded places like pop concerts, sporting events, firework displays, rallies etc.'

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