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Why whistleblower standoff represents a 'unique juncture' for U.S. government

Why whistleblower standoff represents a 'unique juncture' for U.S. government

Update: 2019-09-20
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Amid new reports of a whistleblower complaint that might involve President Trump and his interactions with a foreign leader, the president continues to deny any wrongdoing. and Judy Woodruff talks to Joel Brenner, who was the National Security Agency's inspector general under President George W. Bush, about why he expects Congress to investigate further.
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Why whistleblower standoff represents a 'unique juncture' for U.S. government

Why whistleblower standoff represents a 'unique juncture' for U.S. government

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