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House Judiciary Committee seeks more Mueller documents

CBS News Saturday, 27 July 2019
House Judiciary Committee seeks more Mueller documentsHouse Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler asked a court for more documents related to Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, saying they're necessary for a potential impeachment inquiry. Kevin Cirilli of Bloomberg joined CBSN to discuss Mueller, immigration, Iran and the week in politics.
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News video: Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., questions Robert Mueller about whether Trump can be charged once he leaves office

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Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) asks former special counsel Robert Mueller if President Donald Trump could be charged with obstruction after leaving office.

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