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Trump prods Nadler, Schiff to probe ‘Crooked Hillary’ and ‘phony’ Russia probe

FOXNews.com Monday, 20 May 2019
President Trump, in between battling subpoenas and other demands from congressional committees as they ramp up their probes into his administration, on Monday urged top-ranking Democrats to shift their focus to “Crooked Hillary” and the genesis of the “phony” Russia investigation.
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News video: Trump: Jerry Nadler, Adam Schiff Could Run For President If They Investigate 'Crimes Committed By Crooked Hillary'

Trump: Jerry Nadler, Adam Schiff Could Run For President If They Investigate 'Crimes Committed By Crooked Hillary' 00:51

President Trump again slammed Hillary Clinton on Monday.

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