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Even some Republicans aren’t impressed with the Nunes memo

Republicans on Capitol Hill and beyond struggled to come to a consensus on Friday following the release of a controversial House Intelligence memo, which they claimed showed corruption at the highest levels of the Justice Department. While many argued that the details in the memo are explosive and troubling, others insisted that the contents are […]
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