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White House Counsel: Congress Has No Right to Russia Probe 'Do-Over'

Newsmax Wednesday, 15 May 2019
Congress has no right to conduct a "do-over" of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, the White House said in a letter blasting House Democrats' "sweeping" requests for documents as an effort to harass political opponents.
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