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Thursday night the acting head of the United States Justice Department (DoJ)—President Donald Trump's interim appointee for Attorney General Matt Whitaker—agreed to appear before the House Judiciary Committee.

Whitaker was called to answer questions about his involvement in the DoJ ordered investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible cooperation by members of the Trump campaign. Whitaker's appointment drew immediate questions about his planned involvement in the investigation led by DoJ appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller based on prior statements Whitaker made.

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