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Watergate prosecutor says Trump will 'pay political price' for resistance on Mueller report

WorldNews Saturday, 11 May 2019
Watergate prosecutor says Trump will 'pay political price' for resistance on Mueller reportThis week, House speaker Nancy Pelosi stood before reporters in the US Capitol and called for patience. Just days after the the Trump administration showed its disdain for Congress by refusing to honour a subpoena for the full Mueller report and its underlying evidence, Ms Pelosi channelled the Philadelphia 76ers NBA team and asked America to trust the process. With Congressional investigations already under way, the House speaker claimed the goal is uncovering truth, and that it will take time for Democrats in the House Judiciary committee — whose spurned subpoenas have led to contempt charges against attorney general William Barr — to set up a case against Donald Trump, should one be...
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