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Top Democrat calls for Nunes to recuse himself from Russia probe

By Reuters
28 March 2017   |   11:25 am
California Congressman Adam Schiff speaks with reporters on his call for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. David Nunes to rescue himself from the investigation into Russian influence in the U.S. election.

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