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Watch: Jerusalem is in, Franken is out, Trump hammers the FBI, and it’s only Thursday

President Trump recognizes Jerusalem and disses not only the FBI but also Vice President Pence’s pets. Only in Washington. John Conyers and Al Franken are out. Roy Moore is … in? All that and more, and it’s only Thursday. This week on your Washington Post Opinions roundup, Deputy Editorial Page Editors Ruth Marcus and Jackson […]
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