The House Judiciary Committee received thousands of documents requested from 81 associates of President Trump. That’s according to committee chair Jerry Nadler, who sent requests two weeks ago. The requests come as part of a Democrat-led effort to investigate allegations of corruption. Nadler said he’ll use all the tools at his disposal to find wrongdoing. One America’s John Hines spoke with government watchdog Judicial Watch about the documents and has more from Washington.
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