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President Trump's 'Spygate' is a dishonest and effective branding exercise, says columnist Eugene Robinson. He and opinion writers Molly Roberts, David Ignatius and Christine Emba discuss Trump's latest attack on the Justice Department during the weekly roundtable "It's Only Thursday."
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