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The Wall Street Journal is taking it upon themselves to "drain the swamp" as the news publication has pontificated that FBI Director James Comey should resign or be fired by President elect Donald Trump. While WSJ admits that they do not believe it was Comey that lost Hillary Clinton the election,...

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