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How Biden's document controversy impacts Trump investigation

Clip: 01/13/2023 | 12m 42s  | Video has closed captioning.

President Biden is dealing with his own classified document controversy after days of revelations and bruising headlines. Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed a special counsel to look into the matter and House Speaker Keven McCarthy said Congress would also investigate it. It comes two months after Garland assigned a special counsel to investigate Trump’s handling of classified documents.

Aired: 01/13/23

Rating: NR

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