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Susan Rice may have committed a crime, Trump says without providing evidence

April 6, 2017
Abby Phillip | The Washington Post
President Trump suggested without evidence Wednesday that Susan E. Rice may have committed a crime in requesting the identities of Trump campaign associates.
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Susan Rice, Ex-Obama Adviser, Is Back in Political Cross Hairs Over Surveillance

April 5, 2017
Peter Baker | The New York Times
Now Susan Rice finds herself back in the cross hairs as her handling of intelligence involving President Trump’s associates comes into question.
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‘It went off the rails almost immediately’: How Trump’s messy transition led to a chaotic presidency

April 4, 2017
Dan Balz | The Washington Post
Viewed through the lens of the new administration's first months, Trump’s transition provided the template for what has unfolded since Inauguration Day.
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Mike Flynn Offers to Testify in Exchange for Immunity

March 31, 2017
Shane Harris, Carol Lee, Julian E. Barnes | The Wall Street Journal
Mike Flynn has told the FBI and congressional officials investigating the Trump campaign’s potential ties to Russia that he is willing to be interviewed in exchange for a grant of immunity from prosecution.
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Trump Calls Congressional Inquiry a ‘Witch Hunt’

March 31, 2017
Julie Hirschfeld Davis | The New York Times
President Trump said on Friday that Michael T. Flynn should ask for immunity from prosecution in the congressional investigation into the presidential campaign’s ties to Moscow.
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White House invites House and Senate intelligence committee leaders to review new documents

March 31, 2017
Abby Phillip, Jenna Johnson | The Washington Post
The chairman and ranking minority-party members of the House and Senate intel committees have been invited to the White House to review information related to the potential unauthorized disclosure of classified information about U.S. persons.
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Senate panel tees up Russia intel hearing

March 30, 2017
Kimberly Atkins | Boston Herald
Leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee have distanced themselves from their controversy-plagued House counterparts, vowing a serious probe of Russian election interference.
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