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Ryan: Congress had 'compliance issues' with Justice Department
When asked about attacks from certain House Republicans on the Justice Department, Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) said it wasn't complying with congressional subpoenas, but that special counsel Robert Mueller "should be allowed to continue his work."
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