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Rep. Jordan: 'What is it going to take to get a special counsel?'
At a House Judiciary Committee hearing Nov. 14, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions about a potential probe into the Clinton campaign.
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