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Justice Department Will Conduct Bipartisan Briefing On Secret Russia Probe Documents

The second briefing comes after Democrats cried foul at being excluded from a Republicans-only meeting led by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosentein.

The Justice Department says it will give a second bipartisan briefing Thursday on classified information related to the Russia investigation after complaints from Democrats that they were being excluded from a similar Republicans-only meeting.

The second briefing, which includes the

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