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‘Stupefying’: Former deputy assistant attorney general says Trump’s loyalty demand to Rosenstein was ‘straight thuggery’

Former Deputy Assistant Attorney General Harry Litman slammed the latest reports of President Donald Trump demanding loyalty as “straight thuggery” during a Wednesday appearance on MSNBC with Chris Hayes. “Harry, let me start with you, because you had you Rod Rosenstein’s...
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