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U.S. Justice Department says it should not have continued spying on former Trump adviser

Reuters Thursday, 23 January 2020
The U.S. Justice Department has told a court it did not have enough evidence to justify continued surveillance of one of President Donald Trump's former campaign advisers in 2017, in a sign it believes the FBI on occasion went too far when it investigated Russian influence in the 2016 election.
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The US Justice Department has told a court it erred when it continued surveillance of one of President Donald Trump’s former campaign advisers. It's a sign it believes the FBI on occasion went too far when it investigated Russian influence in the 2016 election. According to Reuters, the...

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