Rosalind Helderman

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Rosalind Helderman is a political reporter for the Washington Post.

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Late last month, the President's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, met privately with the Senate Intelligence Committee staff.

FBI raids Paul Manafort's home

Late last month, the President's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, met privately with the Senate Intelligence Committee staff.

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Today, for the first time, President Obama spoke publicly about the FBI Director James Comey's latest comments on Hillary Clinton's email troubles.

Political fallout from FBI document releases

Today, for the first time, President Obama spoke publicly about the FBI Director James Comey's latest comments on Hillary Clinton's email troubles.

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President Bill Clinton survived potential scandals, including "Whitewater," "Travelgate" and "Filegate" because no wrongdoing was ever proven.

Clinton Cash: Corruption or Conspiracy?

President Bill Clinton survived potential scandals, including "Whitewater," "Travelgate" and "Filegate" because no wrongdoing was ever proven.

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