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McConnell Backs Push For Investigation of Russia Probe Missteps

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McConnell Backs Push For Investigation of Russia Probe Missteps

McConnell Backs Push For Investigation of Russia Probe Missteps

According to Reuters, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he supported a push for an inquiry into potential law enforcement missteps in a probe of possible collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia.

McConnell told reporters "I think it’s not inappropriate for the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, with jurisdiction over the Justice Department, to investigate possible misbehaviors.

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