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In the Nixon proceedings, Judiciary Committee Chairman Peter Rodino (D), knew that the public would not accept a partisan railroading of Nixon. As a result, he appointed a Republican counsel to head the impeachment inquiry.

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A final word about fairness and bipartisanship. In the Nixon proceedings, Judiciary Committee Chairman Peter Rodino, a Democrat, knew that the public would not accept a partisan railroading of Nixon. As a result, he bent over backwards to create a perception of fairness, going so far as to appoint a Republican counsel to head the impeachment inquiry. (Of course, the Republicans picked a Republican counsel for their side.)

 

 

 

 

 

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Most importantly, before he began his inquiry, Rodino asked for a vote by the full House to move forward. As he said at the time, “Jurisdiction over impeachment is nowhere expressly conferred. It is not enough to argue that the general power of the Judiciary Committee to proceed may ultimately be upheld.”

 

Yet, in Pelosi’s world, a vote to begin an impeachment inquiry isn’t a necessity. Apparently, it’s a political question — a decision based on how it might hurt her party’s members, and not a confirmation by the House to proceed. Pelosi has chosen raw power over Rodino’s even-handed proceedings and that tells almost half the country their vote in 2016 simply doesn’t matter.

 

I remember 1998 and the damage done to the country in the months of impeachment. If we are to go down that path again, it’s time Pelosi follows the remarkable precedent established by Rodino’s call on the House floor for an authorizing vote and a fair process.

 

He told his colleagues, “Whatever the result, whatever we learn or conclude, let us now proceed with such care and decency and thoroughness and honor, that the vast majority of the American people and their children after them will say: ‘That was the right course. There was no other way.’”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About Peter Rodino (Biography)

PETER W. RODINO, JR. 1909-2005

Peter W. Rodino, Jr. was born on June 7, 1909, in Newark, NJ. His father, Pellegrino, immigrated from Italy to the U.S. in 1900 and married Guiseppina (Margaret) Girard, a Newark native, in 1905. Raised in Newark's First Ward, the heart of Little Italy, Peter Rodino never forgot his roots.

He was educated in Newark, a graduate of Barringer High School and Dana College (later part of Rutgers), and earned a law degree from the University of Newark Law School (later Rutgers Law School) in 1937. Rodino held numerous jobs while supporting himself to gain an education, and then established a law practice in Newark.

In 1941 Rodino enlisted in the army, served in North Africa and Italy, and was discharged as a highly decorated captain in 1946. After a second bid for a House seat, he was elected to Congress in 1948 from the 10th District, eventually serving under eight American presidents, from Harry Truman to Ronald Reagan, before retiring in 1989.

Throughout his forty year tenure in the House, Rodino championed civil rights legislation, immigration reform, antitrust reform and equal rights for women. He authored Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, was floor manager for the 1966 Civil Rights Act, and sponsored the Immigration Reform Act of 1965 that eliminated the national origins quota system that had been in existence since the 1920’s.

Rodino is perhaps best known for chairing the House Judiciary Committee during the inquiry into whether President Richard Nixon should be impeached, where he proved to be the right man in the right place at the right time for the country. His deliberateness and commitment to fairness steered the Committee through a difficult process that brought the country out of a grave political crisis. His example during those proceedings is one that is still seen as the correct one to follow in similar situations.

After his retirement from Congress in 1989, Rodino accepted a position teaching at Seton Hall Law School. Students were very eager to hear Rodino’s views on the law, and his seminars were always completely filled. To the very end carrying a tattered copy of the Constitution in his pocket, Rodino was seen as a living, breathing example of the Constitution in action.

His wife, Joy Rodino, has captured much of what made Peter Rodino such an extraordinary man and leader in her book, Fifty-two Words My Husband Taught Me, which looks at Congressman Rodino through his committment to the Preamble to the United States Constitution.

 

 

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In the Nixon proceedings, Judiciary Committee Chairman Peter Rodino (D), knew that the public would not accept a partisan railroading of Nixon. As a result, he appointed a Republican counsel to head the impeachment inquiry.

 

And guess who headed the impeachment inquiry during the Clinton impeachment?   A DEMOCRAT.

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38 minutes ago, BeAChooser said:

 

And guess who headed the impeachment inquiry during the Clinton impeachment?   A DEMOCRAT.

 

Who?

 

 

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2 hours ago, KneeJerk said:

As a result, he bent over backwards to create a perception of fairness

 

Fukk this. Fukk Trump. Sick of you traitors. 

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1 hour ago, leftwinger said:

WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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9 minutes ago, KneeJerk said:

 

Who?

 


David Schippers.   A lifelong Democrat who had voted for Clinton.

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28 minutes ago, leftwinger said:

 

Fukk this. Fukk Trump. Sick of you traitors. 

 

Hahaahaaaa.

 

The Daily Beast is a traitor now.

 

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2 hours ago, leftwinger said:

 

Fukk this. Fukk Trump. Sick of you traitors. 

 

 

 

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The coup, the coup, and nothing but the coup.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On ‎10‎/‎22‎/‎2019 at 11:46 AM, KneeJerk said:

A final word about fairness and bipartisanship. In the Nixon proceedings, Judiciary Committee Chairman Peter Rodino, a Democrat, knew that the public would not accept a partisan railroading of Nixon. As a result, he bent over backwards to create a perception of fairness, going so far as to appoint a Republican counsel to head the impeachment inquiry. (Of course, the Republicans picked a Republican counsel for their side.)

 

The public is NOT having any problems believing the impeachment inquiry.

Those that want Trump impeached is NOW a majority - over 50%.

 

Since only 60% of Americans are open-minded to impeachment, that means 5/6 favor it. 

That does NOT describe any 'problem' with the public - quite the contrary. 

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The House rules are the Rodino rules that run impeachment inquiries through the Judiciary Commitee w/ both sides participating.

 

The Progs like Scout like secret tribunals.

 

 

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On 10/22/2019 at 12:01 PM, leftwinger said:

 

Fukk this. Fukk Trump. Sick of you traitors. 

 

Slinger was so emotionally invested in Mueller, Ford, Cavanaugh, Whistleblower, Vindman, Sondland, Page, Stroke, GPS, Jussie  ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 10/22/2019 at 12:01 PM, leftwinger said:

 

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RESOLUTION 660

 

Directing  certain  committees  to  continue  
their  ongoing  inves-tigations  as  part  of  the  existing  
House  of  Representatives  inquiry   into   whether   
sufficient   grounds   exist   for   the   House  of  Representatives  
to  exercise  its  Constitutional  power  to  impeach  Donald  John  Trump,  
President  of  the  United  States  of  America,  and  for  other  purposes.  

Resolved, That  the  Permanent  Select  Committee  on  
Intelligence  and  the  Committees  on  Financial  Services,  
Foreign Affairs, the Judiciary, Oversight and Reform, and
Ways  and  Means,  are  directed  to  continue  their  ongoing
investigations as part of the existing House of Representa-
tives  inquiry  into  whether  sufficient  grounds  exist  for  the  
House  of  Representatives  to  exercise  its  Constitutional  
power  to  impeach  Donald  John  Trump,  President  of  the  
United States of America.

SEC.   2.   OPEN   AND   TRANSPARENT   INVESTIGATIVE   PRO-
CEEDINGS BY THE PERMANENT SELECT COM-
MITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE.

For  the  purpose  of  continuing  the  investigation  de-
scribed  in  the  first  section  of  this  resolution,  the  Perma-
nent  Select  Committee  on  Intelligence  (referred  to  in  this  
resolution  as  the  ‘‘Permanent  Select  Committee’’)  is  au-
thorized  to  conduct  proceedings  pursuant  to  this  resolu-
tion as follows:

(1)  The  chair  of  the  Permanent  Select  Com-
mittee  shall  designate  an  open  hearing  or  hearings  
pursuant to this section.

(2)  Notwithstanding  clause  2(j)(2)  of  rule  XI  of  
the  Rules  of  the  House  of  Representatives,  upon  rec-
ognition  by  the  chair  for  such  purpose  under  this  
paragraph  during  any  hearing  designated  pursuant  
to  paragraph  (1),  the  chair  and  ranking  minority  
member  of  the  Permanent  Select  Committee  shall  be  
permitted  to  question  witnesses  for  equal  specified  
periods  of  longer  than  five  minutes,  as  determined
by  the  chair.  The  time  available  for  each  period  of  
questioning  under  this  paragraph  shall  be  equal  for  
the  chair  and  the  ranking  minority  member.  The  
chair  may  confer  recognition  for  multiple  periods  of  
such   questioning,   but   each   period   of   questioning   
shall  not  exceed  90  minutes  in  the  aggregate.  Only  
the chair and ranking minority member, or a Perma-
nent  Select  Committee  employee  if  yielded  to  by  the  
chair  or  ranking  minority  member,  may  question  
witnesses  during  such  periods  of  questioning.  At  the  
conclusion   of   questioning   pursuant   to   this   para-
graph,  the  committee  shall  proceed  with  questioning  
under   the   five-minute   rule   pursuant   to   clause   
2(j)(2)(A) of rule XI.

(3)  To  allow  for  full  evaluation  of  minority  wit-
ness  requests,  the  ranking  minority  member  may  
submit  to  the  chair,  in  writing,  any  requests  for  wit-
ness   testimony   relevant   to   the   investigation   de-
scribed  in  the  first  section  of  this  resolution  within  
72  hours  after  notice  is  given  for  the  first  hearing  
designated  pursuant  to  paragraph  (1).  Any  such  re-
quest  shall  be  accompanied  by  a  detailed  written  jus-
tification  of  the  relevance  of  the  testimony  of  each  
requested  witness  to  the  investigation  described  in  
the first section of this resolution.

(4)(A)  The  ranking  minority  member  of  the  
Permanent  Select  Committee  is  authorized,  with  the  
concurrence  of  the  chair,  to  require,  as  deemed  nec-
essary to the investigation—
(i) by subpoena or otherwise—
(I)  the  attendance  and  testimony  
of  any  person  (including  at  a  taking  
of a deposition); and
(II)   the   production   of   books,   
records,  correspondence,  memoranda,  
papers, and documents; and
(ii)  by  interrogatory,  the  furnishing  of  
information.

(B)  In  the  case  that  the  chair  declines  to  con-
cur  in  a  proposed  action  of  the  ranking  minority  
member  pursuant  to  subparagraph  (A),  the  ranking  
minority  member  shall  have  the  right  to  refer  to  the  
committee  for  decision  the  question  whether  such  
authority  shall  be  so  exercised  and  the  chair  shall  
convene  the  committee  promptly  to  render  that  deci-
sion,  subject  to  the  notice  procedures  for  a  com-
mittee  meeting  under  clause  2(g)(3)(A)  and  (B)  of  
rule XI.

(C)  Subpoenas  and  interrogatories  so  author-
ized  may  be  signed  by  the  ranking  minority  member,
and  may  be  served  by  any  person  designated  by  the  
ranking minority member.

(5)  The  chair  is  authorized  to  make  publicly  
available  in  electronic  form  the  transcripts  of  deposi-
tions  conducted  by  the  Permanent  Select  Committee  
in  furtherance  of  the  investigation  described  in  the  
first   section   of   this   resolution,   with   appropriate   
redactions  for  classified  and  other  sensitive  informa-
tion.

(6)   The   Permanent   Select   Committee   is   di-
rected  to  issue  a  report  setting  forth  its  findings  and  
any  recommendations  and  appending  any  informa-
tion  and  materials  the  Permanent  Select  Committee  
may  deem  appropriate  with  respect  to  the  investiga-
tion  described  in  the  first  section  of  this  resolution.  
The  chair  shall  transmit  such  report  and  appendices,  
along with any supplemental, minority, additional, or
dissenting  views  filed  pursuant  to  clause  2(l)  of  rule  
XI,  to  the  Committee  on  the  Judiciary  and  make  
such   report   publicly   available   in   electronic   form,   
with  appropriate  redactions  to  protect  classified  and  
other  sensitive  information.  The  report  required  by  
this   paragraph   shall   be   prepared   in   consultation   
with  the  chairs  of  the  Committee  on  Foreign  Affairs  
and the Committee on Oversight and Reform.


SEC. 3. TRANSMISSION OF ADDITIONAL MATERIALS.
The  chair  of  the  Permanent  Select  Committee  or  the  
chair  of  any  other  committee  having  custody  of  records  
or other materials relating to the inquiry referenced in the
first  section  of  this  resolution  is  authorized,  in  consulta-
tion  with  the  ranking  minority  member,  to  transfer  such  
records  or  materials  to  the  Committee  on  the  Judiciary.  


SEC.   4.   IMPEACHMENT   INQUIRY   PROCEDURES   IN   THE   
COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY.

(a) The House authorizes the Committee on the Judi-
ciary  to  conduct  proceedings  relating  to  the  impeachment  
inquiry  referenced  in  the  first  section  of  this  resolution  
pursuant  to  the  procedures  submitted  for  printing  in  the  
Congressional  Record  by  the  chair  of  the  Committee  on  
Rules,  including  such  procedures  as  to  allow  for  the  par-
ticipation of the President and his counsel.

(b)  The  Committee  on  the  Judiciary  is  authorized  to  
promulgate  additional  procedures  as  it  deems  necessary  
for  the  fair  and  efficient  conduct  of  committee  hearings  
held  pursuant  to  this  resolution,  provided  that  the  addi-
tional procedures are not inconsistent with the procedures
referenced  in  subsection  (a),  the  Rules  of  the  Committee,  
and the Rules of the House.

(c)(1)  The  ranking  minority  member  of  the  Com-
mittee  on  the  Judiciary  is  authorized,  with  the  concur-
rence  of  the  chair  of  the  Committee  on  the  Judiciary,  to  
require, as deemed necessary to the investigation—

(A) by subpoena or otherwise—

(i)  the  attendance  and  testimony  of  any  
person  (including  at  a  taking  of  a  deposition);  
and 6(ii)  the  production  of  books,  records,  cor-
respondence,   memoranda,   papers,   and   docu-
ments; and

(B)  by  interrogatory,  the  furnishing  of  informa-
tion.

(2)  In  the  case  that  the  chair  declines  to  concur  in  
a  proposed  action  of  the  ranking  minority  member  pursu-
ant  to  paragraph  (1),  the  ranking  minority  member  shall  
have  the  right  to  refer  to  the  committee  for  decision  the  
question  whether  such  authority  shall  be  so  exercised  and  
the  chair  shall  convene  the  committee  promptly  to  render  
that  decision,  subject  to  the  notice  procedures  for  a  com-
mittee  meeting  under  clause  2(g)(3)(A)  and  (B)  of  rule  
XI.

(3) Subpoenas and interrogatories so authorized may
be  signed  by  the  ranking  minority  member,  and  may  be  
served  by  any  person  designated  by  the  ranking  minority  
member.

(d)  The  Committee  on  the  Judiciary  shall  report  to  
the  House  of  Representatives  such  resolutions,  articles  of  
impeachment, or other recommendations as it deems prop-
er.

 

 

 

Rodino would object to this form of desperate witch hunting..

 

 

 

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On 10/22/2019 at 12:01 PM, leftwinger said:

 

Fukk this. Fukk Trump. Sick of you traitors. 

 

 

Rush - in dossier fantasies.

 

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On 10/22/2019 at 12:46 PM, KneeJerk said:

In the Nixon proceedings, Judiciary Committee Chairman Peter Rodino (D), knew that the public would not accept a partisan railroading of Nixon. As a result, he appointed a Republican counsel to head the impeachment inquiry.

 

 

 

 

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Trump Has Out-Nixoned Nixon!!!

February 16, 2020

 

“History doesn’t repeat itself, but it sometimes rhymes,” Mark Twain is supposed to have said.

 

In the years leading up to his resignation, Nixon turned the justice department and FBI into his personal fiefdom, enlisting his appointees to reward his friends and penalize his enemies. He brought conspiracy charges against critics of the Vietnam War, for example, and ordered the department to drop an antitrust case against ITT after the conglomerate donated money for the 1972 Republican convention.

 

During the Senate Watergate investigation, Nixon’s stooges kept him informed. Reports about how compromised the justice department had become generated enough public outrage to force the appointment of the first Watergate special prosecutor, Archibald Cox.

 

Before Nixon’s mayhem was over, his first two attorneys general were deep in legal trouble – John Mitchell eventually served 19 months in prison – and his third resigned rather than carry out the demand to fire Cox.

 

Watergate also ushered into politics a young man named Roger Stone – who, as it happens, also graduated from my small rural high school in Lewisboro, New York, although I didn’t know him. Stone’s first job was on Nixon’s 1972 campaign, working for the Committee to Re-elect the President, known then, and forevermore, as Creep. Stone joined some two dozen dirty tricksters hired to lie about, harass and dig up dirt on Democrats.

 

After Nixon resigned, the entire slimy mess of Watergate spawned a series of reforms designed to insulate the administration of justice from politics."

 

 

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Mueller is a republican .......

 

Look what is still on the table and waiting for the right moment…….


Republican Mueller did the hard work! 7 Articles of Impeachment

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2019/06/03/here-are-seven-reasons-trump-should-be-impeached/


Case For Trump Impeachment Goes Beyond Ukraine

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2019/09/case-for-trump-impeachment-goes-beyond-ukraine.html

 

 

INVESTIGATE PERRY/Rudolph W. Giuliani/BOLTON, MULVANEY, BARR/POMPEO/ TRUMP/KAVANAUGH/McConnell! NOW!

 

Blame the entire GOP for allowing Trump to be a dictator aka a party that will not stand up for Americans, the Constitution or the Bill of Rights. The party with no spine

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14 minutes ago, merrill said:

Blame the entire GOP for allowing Trump to be a dictator aka a party that will not stand up for Americans, the Constitution or the Bill of Rights. The party with no spine

 

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About Peter Rodino (Biography)

PETER W. RODINO, JR. 1909-2005

Peter W. Rodino, Jr. was born on June 7, 1909, in Newark, NJ. His father, Pellegrino, immigrated from Italy to the U.S. in 1900 and married Guiseppina (Margaret) Girard, a Newark native, in 1905. Raised in Newark's First Ward, the heart of Little Italy, Peter Rodino never forgot his roots.

He was educated in Newark, a graduate of Barringer High School and Dana College (later part of Rutgers), and earned a law degree from the University of Newark Law School (later Rutgers Law School) in 1937. Rodino held numerous jobs while supporting himself to gain an education, and then established a law practice in Newark.

In 1941 Rodino enlisted in the army, served in North Africa and Italy, and was discharged as a highly decorated captain in 1946. After a second bid for a House seat, he was elected to Congress in 1948 from the 10th District, eventually serving under eight American presidents, from Harry Truman to Ronald Reagan, before retiring in 1989.

Throughout his forty year tenure in the House, Rodino championed civil rights legislation, immigration reform, antitrust reform and equal rights for women. He authored Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, was floor manager for the 1966 Civil Rights Act, and sponsored the Immigration Reform Act of 1965 that eliminated the national origins quota system that had been in existence since the 1920’s.

Rodino is perhaps best known for chairing the House Judiciary Committee during the inquiry into whether President Richard Nixon should be impeached, where he proved to be the right man in the right place at the right time for the country. His deliberateness and commitment to fairness steered the Committee through a difficult process that brought the country out of a grave political crisis. His example during those proceedings is one that is still seen as the correct one to follow in similar situations.

After his retirement from Congress in 1989, Rodino accepted a position teaching at Seton Hall Law School. Students were very eager to hear Rodino’s views on the law, and his seminars were always completely filled. To the very end carrying a tattered copy of the Constitution in his pocket, Rodino was seen as a living, breathing example of the Constitution in action.

His wife, Joy Rodino, has captured much of what made Peter Rodino such an extraordinary man and leader in her book, Fifty-two Words My Husband Taught Me, which looks at Congressman Rodino through his committment to the Preamble to the United States Constitution.

 

 

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Real man.

 

 

 

 

Prog tool.

 

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On 2/16/2020 at 6:47 AM, merrill said:

Mueller is a republican .......

 

Look what is still on the table and waiting for the right moment…….


Republican Mueller did the hard work! 7 Articles of Impeachment

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2019/06/03/here-are-seven-reasons-trump-should-be-impeached/


Case For Trump Impeachment Goes Beyond Ukraine

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2019/09/case-for-trump-impeachment-goes-beyond-ukraine.html

 

 

INVESTIGATE PERRY/Rudolph W. Giuliani/BOLTON, MULVANEY, BARR/POMPEO/ TRUMP/KAVANAUGH/McConnell! NOW!

 

Blame the entire GOP for allowing Trump to be a dictator aka a party that will not stand up for Americans, the Constitution or the Bill of Rights. The party with no spine

 

This man Rump, any new radical right wing slob and the greater majority of the radical right wing anti american conservatives should never get reelected ever. Are real moderate republicans not paying attention? There is not a worthwhile GOP candidate on the slate anywhere. 

 

No one should pretend, as do 249 out of 250 Republican members of Congress, that there is insufficient evidence to even open an impeachment inquiry. Trump has committed more criminal and unconstitutional conduct than any previous president …

 

This man and the greater majority of the radical right wing anti american conservatives should never get reelected ever. Are real moderate republicans not paying attention? There is not a worthwhile GOP candidate on the slate anywhere.

 

Liberals and moderates must vote Bernie Sanders for President, put Elizabeth Warren in control of the financial industry and Alexandria Cortez as Chief of Staff.

How many times and ways has Pres Trump and associates committed obstruction of justice? Many

 

No one should pretend, as do 249 out of 250 Republican members of Congress, that there is insufficient evidence to even open an impeachment inquiry. Trump has committed more criminal and unconstitutional conduct than any previous president …

 

Blame the entire GOP for allowing Trump to be a dictator aka a party that will not stand up for Americans, the Constitution or the Bill of Rights. The party with no spine.

 

Blame the other criminals for NOT saying NO I will not violate the law,

 

The GOP has become mentally unstable documented by many of their presidents = the party is sick!

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On 2/16/2020 at 4:47 AM, merrill said:

 

Mueller is a republican .......

 

 

 

 

 

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