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House to see Mueller evidence in justice department shift
The House judiciary committee will soon receive underlying evidence from Robert Muellers Russia investigation, a breakthrough in the standoff between Democrats and the justice department. The deal was announced on Monday, shortly before the former White House counsel John Dean a star witness in the Watergate investigation told the committee he saw parallels between the scandal that ended the Nixon presidency and the Mueller report, which he called a road map for investigating Donald Trump.
Principled person. Mueller was in many ways the perfect man to lead the Russia inquiry: principled, trusted and precise. But, asks Tom McCarthy, did his principles make Mueller exactly the wrong person to defend and disseminate its findings?
Kims assassinated half-brother was a CIA informant
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