Eric Tucker

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Justice Department reporter for the Associated Press.

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions got some harsh words from President Trump back in May, after the president learned that the Justice Department had appointed a special counsel to look…

Why Jeff Sessions offered to resign, and where Robert Mueller's investigation stands

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