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Hillary Clinton says Republicans have to choose between 'rule of law or the rule of Trump'

FOXNews.com Thursday, 9 May 2019
Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton indicated on Wednesday that Republicans faced a binary choice in dealing with President Donald Trump's refusal to comply with Congressional subpoenas: either side with the White House or the rule of law.
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