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Ex-DOJ lawyer blasts Sessions for being ‘missing in action’ while Trump attacks the FBI

As President Donald Trump and many of his Republican supporters continue to attack the Justice Department, the attorney general is nowhere to be found — and his lack of response is hurting agency morale. Jack L. Goldsmith, a Harvard law professor and former DOJ counsel under President George W....
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