Matt Ford

The Atlantic

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Matt Ford is an associate editor at the Atlantic, where he focuses on the law and courts.

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Attorney General and former Senator Jeff Sessions returned to Capitol Hill today, telling the Judiciary Committee he won't reveal conversations with President Trump about Russian…

Jeff Sessions grilled by Senate committee on Russian meddling

Attorney General and former Senator Jeff Sessions returned to Capitol Hill today, telling the Judiciary Committee he won't reveal conversations with President Trump about Russian…

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