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The White House's Sally Yates problem

Mar 28, 2017 - Washington Post Blogs

Update: The White House says The Post's report is "entirely false" and that it didn't apply pressure on Nunes to cancel the hearing. Press secretary Sean Spicer said at his briefing Tuesday, "I hope she testifies. We look forward to it."

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Sally Yates was President Trump's acting attorney general for just 10 days before she was fired. But two months later, she continues to give the Trump admin

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