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Anonymous Members of FBI Team Investigating Clinton: The "Vast Majority" of Us Thought She Should be Charged; This Was a "Top-Down" Decision from Comey and Lynch

When anyone begins claiming he had no choice but to do what he has done, and begins to claim his underlings and advisors dictated the choice, sit up straight and prick up your ears, because he's almost certainly lying. Decisions...
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