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GOP plotting to read secret memo on House floor without declassifying it to limit FBI rebuttal: report

MSNBC’s Pete Williams reported on Thursday that House Republicans could read a controversial classified memo on the House floor without declassifying it to prevent the FBI, which has opposed the disclosure, from giving a full-throated rebuttal. “If the president puts it out,...
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