How FBI Probe Could Dog Trump’s Presidency

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From Richard Nixon to Bill Clinton, history suggests that it is never a good thing for a president to have the FBI, with its nearly infinite resources and sweeping investigative powers, on his tail, reports Politico. FBI Director James Comey's promise yesterday to the House Intelligence Committee to “follow the facts wherever they lead” in the bureau’s investigation into possible collusion between . . .

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