Sep 12, 2017

Republican attempt to deflect Trump-Russia probes could backfire: sources | Reuters

Republican lawmaker Devin Nunes' investigation into whether Obama administration officials used classified intelligence reports to discredit Donald Trump's 2016 campaign team could backfire on the congressman - and the president, sources familiar with the reports said.

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