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Sessions vows quick action on possible Clinton investigation

France 24 Wednesday, 15 November 2017
Sessions vows quick action on possible Clinton investigationUS Attorney General Jeff Sessions told Congress Tuesday that the Justice Department could soon appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton, a move repeatedly called for by President Donald Trump.
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