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Legal analyst explains 'red flags' in Trump DOJ's subpoenas

CNN legal and national security analyst Carrie Cordero says under normal justice department process then-Attorney General Bill Barr would have been briefed about the effort to secretly obtain information about lawmakers, but the chaos inside the Trump Justice Department makes it plausible the Attorney General may not have known it was happening.

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Opinion: The man who resisted Trump is worth listening to

Think about this: The president of the United States demands that you tell the acting attorney general to get rid of a special prosecutor. Not just any special prosecutor, but the one investigating the campaign that got the president elected in the first place. How would you feel?

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Watergate journalist on Trump: This is not Nixon

Legendary Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein explains the differences between former Presidents Donald Trump and Richard Nixon following reports the Department of Justice under Trump demanded data on 73 phone numbers and 36 email addresses related to lawmakers.

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Hear how Putin compared Donald Trump to Joe Biden

In an interview with NBC, Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the relationship between his country and the US, and compared President Biden to his predecessor Donald Trump. CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports.

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Analysis: Wait. Trump's DOJ did what?

As President Joe Biden gears up to confront Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, his effort to build his presidency around a theme of democracy vs. autocracy has been complicated by revelations trickling out about the US Department of Justice, which it turns out has been secretly collecting details about the communications of reporters and political adversaries of then-President Donald Trump.

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Will Trump be held accountable—this time?

It looks like former President Donald Trump was willing to go even further than we knew in his war against leaks. According to the New York Times, prosecutors in the Justice Department obtained, via subpoena from Apple, information from the accounts of at least two members of the House Intelligence Committee--Representatives Adam Schiff of California and Eric Swalwell of California-- and also looked into the metadata of their aides and family members (including at least one minor).

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