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Special counsel wants to talk to White House aides—one former chief of staff in particular

The official word from Donald Trump’s lawyers is that they are fully cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Trump’s Russia ties. And it was virtually inevitable that Mueller would want to talk to White House aides. But in a sign that Mueller is moving decisively—a sign that’s likely to enrage Trump once again—his team is “ in talks with the West Wing about interviewing current and former senior administration officials,” Michael Schmidt, Matt Apuzzo, and Maggie Haberman report for the New York Times: Mr.
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