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Here’s why the Nunes memo isn’t the bombshell Republicans would have you believe

After spending weeks breathlessly advertising its allegedly “shocking” content, House Republicans released on Friday a six-page memo which accused officials at the FBI and the Department of Justice of politicizing the early stages of the investigation into possible collusion between Russia and the Trump presidential campaign. The memo alleges that the DOJ and FBI used the […]
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