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Illegal and Unconstitutional: Kellyanne Conway's Husband Just Co-Authored a Blistering Op-Ed Denouncing Trump's Latest Attack on Mueller

This has been a week of political bombshells in the United States. No sooner had Republicans lost the House of Representatives to Democrats and increased their majority in the U.S. Senate on November 6 has President Donald Trump, the following day, fired Attorney General Jeff Sessions and replaced him with Matthew Whitaker—who was Sessions’ chief of staff in the Justice Department.

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MSNBC's Rachel Maddow on Trump Firing Jeff Sessions: This Was 'Done Out of Fear'

President Donald Trump took a long-expected but still shocking step Wednesday when he fired Attorney General Jeff Sessions and replaced him with loyalist Matthew Whitaker.

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Ex-Deputy FBI Director McCabe Files Complaint Against Trump's DOJ for Refusing to Turn Over Documents Related to His Firing

The Department of Justice is refusing to provide documents to former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s legal team related to his firing, the Associated Press reports.

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Trump 'Continues to Obstruct Justice in Broad Daylight': Democratic Lawmaker Explains How Mueller's Case Keeps Getting Stronger

Rep. Eric Swalwell (R-CA) argued Wednesday that President Donald Trump's recent efforts to undermine Attorney General Jeff Sessions and derail the Russia investigation constitute continual obstruction of justice, further building a case that special counsel Robert Mueller may be pursuing against the president.

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Jeff Sessions Wants to Fight Opioid Addiction By Criminalizing One of Its Most Effective Treatments

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced that the Justice Department will focus on “health care fraud and opioid scams" by implementing a pilot program that sends federal prosecutors across cities most affected by addiction and overdoses. Sessions made the announcement in a speech Wednesday in Ohio, where eight people die each day from unintentional overdoses, according to ABC. Meanwhile, he remains a vocal opponent of one of its most proven treatments: medical marijuana.

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