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(Worthy News) - The House intelligence committee announced a wide-ranging probe into President Trump’s administration Wednesday, questioning whether he, his children or his businesses have been compromised by foreign agents who have “leverage” over him.
Chairman Adam Schiff’s move defies Mr. Trump, who just a day earlier warned Congress in his State of the Union address that hopes for bipartisan cooperation this year rest on forgoing “ridiculous partisan investigations.”
The California Democrat said not only will his panel restart the Russia election-meddling investigation that Republicans conducted — and said they had concluded — in the last Congress, but he’ll go much broader, looking into whether anyone has managed to “compromise” the president. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]
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