Elizabeth Holtzman

former congresswoman and author

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Elizabeth Holtzman is a former four-term Congresswoman (D-NY) and the co-author of the 1973 statute that created the institution of the special prosecutor. She is the author of The Impeachment of George W. Bush: A Handbook for Concerned Citizens.

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President Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, appeared in court today on charges including money laundering to evade taxes.

Manafort indicted, adviser pleaded guilty for lying to FBI

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Yesterday, former Federal Judge  Michael Mukasey promised  to resist White House political meddling, to restore the integrity of the Justice Department and to balance the requirements…

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