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Trump contacted foreign officials over probe of Russia inquiry origins: Justice Department

Reuters Monday, 30 September 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump has contacted other countries to introduce Attorney General William Barr and a Justice Department official who is conducting an inquiry into the origins of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, a Justice Department spokeswoman said on Monday.
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