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Blumenthal says won’t be “distracted or bullied” by Trump tweets

By Reuters
08 August 2017   |   10:31 am
Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal is calling for a law to "provide protection against Donald Trump firing the special counsel" and said he would not be "distracted or bullied" by Trump's critical tweets.

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