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The Senate Majority Leader said it is "way too early" to say how the Senate "might handle impeachment."
Advisers who served under Barack Obama and George W. Bush have noted a shift in the Trump's administration's attacks, towards those who still work for the president.
The correctional officers allegedly sat at a desk just 15 feet away from the cell where Jeffrey Epstein would hang himself, according to the indictment.
Michelle Obama's press secretary countered Stephanie Grisham's claim that former Obama staffers aides left nasty "you will fail" notes throughout the White House offices.
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