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Rosenstein to Jordan: 'It's deeply wrong to attack me personally'
In a testy exchange on June 28, Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein said his office had been responsive, rebutting Rep. Jim Jordan's (R-Ohio) characterization.
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