Aug 01, 2017

Top Republican Says He’s Writing Bill to Protect Special Counsel Probe - WSJ

Sen. Lindsey Graham said he is crafting legislation to protect the independence of the special counsel investigation into Russian activity during the 2016 election, a response to President Donald Trump’s criticism of the probe.

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