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Trump ‘Moving Toward Indictment’

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Trump ‘Moving Toward Indictment’

Trump ‘Moving Toward Indictment’

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Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) says President Donald Trump is “moving toward indictment” and that he believes that a sitting president can be indicted, despite the Department of Justice guidance to the contrary.

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