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Could Report On Russia Probe Kill Democratic Oversight?

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Could Report On Russia Probe Kill Democratic Oversight?

Could Report On Russia Probe Kill Democratic Oversight?

Democrats in Washington are moving toward potential impeachment of President Donald Trump.

They are ramping up probes into the President.

Politico reports that DC Democrats are becoming increasingly worried that the Justice Department will subvert their efforts.

An internal DOJ watchdog is writing a report on the origins of the Russia probe.

The report is due out as soon as this month and as late as October.

It could raise pointed questions about the FBI’s decision-making at the time.

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