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Former Nixon White House Counsel Testifies On Allegations Of Obstruction Against Trump

NPR Monday, 10 June 2019
John Dean, former White House counsel during Watergate, testified Monday before the House Judiciary Committee. Democrats called him to discuss allegations of obstruction against President Trump.
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