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Nadler on Trump: No one is above the law

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 29 May 2019
House Judiciary Chairman Jerrod Nadler says the responsibility to look into US President Donald Trump's "crimes, lies and other wrongdoing" falls on Congress, and he has vowed to finish the work special counsel Robert Mueller has done. (May 29)
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News video: Nadler says Trump "is lying", doesn't rule out impeachment

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Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Jerrold Nadler, accused President Donald Trump of lying about the findings of Special Counsel Robert Mueller&apos;s Russia investigation on Wednesday but declined to say whether he would move forward with impeachment proceedings. Rough Cut (no reporter...

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