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Ex-Obama White House counsel Greg Craig expects to be indicted

CBS News Thursday, 11 April 2019
The investigation into Craig comes as the Justice Department is cracking down on unregistered foreign lobbying and consulting
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News video: White House Counsel Under Obama Charged By Justice Department

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According to Reuters, a former White House counsel in the Obama administration was been charged by the Justice Department. Greg Craig was charged with lying to the Justice Department about work he performed in 2012 for Ukraine. Craig was formally indicted by a federal grand for willfully falsifying...

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