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Ample precedent argues that special investigation won’t impede parallel congressional probes
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein assured lawmakers Friday that his appointment of a special counsel won’t step on their panels.
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Embassies court Ivanka Trump to build a relationship with her father’s administration
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Rosenstein briefs House members in second visit to Capitol Hill
The deputy attorney general told senators Thursday that Trump had already decided to fire Comey before asking him to write a memo.
 
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