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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein pauses while testifying Wednesday before a House Committee on the Judiciary oversight hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington. Rosenstein said, “We recognize we have employees with political opinions. It’s our responsibility to make sure those opinions do not influence their actions.” (AP photo)
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein pauses while testifying Wednesday before a House Committee on the Judiciary oversight hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington. Rosenstein said, “We recognize we have employees with political opinions. It’s our responsibility to make sure those opinions do not influence their actions.” (AP photo)

Justice Department scandal hiding in plain sight

By Eli Lake Bloomberg View If you’re looking for a Justice Department scandal regarding Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s influence of the 2016 election, it’s hiding in plain sight. Look no further than the government’s release of the private texts between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. Both Strzok, an FBI counter-intelligence agent, and Page, an FBI lawyer, were ...

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