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House Judiciary Committee releases transcript of Hope Hicks interview

CBS News Thursday, 20 June 2019
The House Judiciary Committee released a transcript of its seven-hour, closed-door interview with Hope Hicks. President Trump's former aide was asked if the Trump campaign was happy to receive information damaging to Hillary Clinton.
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​Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler said Hicks' lawyers had blocked her "from answering questions 155 times" during the nearly eight-hour interview.

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