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Republicans Sold Their Credibility to Defend an Obvious Russian Agent

The Nunes memo is farce, wrapped around a farce, wrapped around another farce. First, nothing in the memo vindicates Trump or his associates of any of the crimes of which they’ve been accused; it’s a tangential attack on the rationale for surveillance on a single target. Second, almost every single part of the memo is... Read more »
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