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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has asked federal prosecutors to review government documents of President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. The New York Times obtained an email on Wednesday that Rosenstein had sent to 93 United States attorneys asking each office to provide up to three prosecutors to look into Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, whose…...

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