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Ken Starr accuses Trump of 'abuse of power' but not obstruction of justice - Dotemirates
12/09/2018

Ken Starr accuses Trump of 'abuse of power' but not obstruction of justice

Twenty years ago, then-Independent Counsel Ken Starr led the investigation into President Bill Clinton and his affair with intern Monica Lewinsky, which resulted in the first presidential impeachment in more than a century. Starr joined ABC News’ “Powerhouse Politics” podcast this week to discuss his new book, “Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation,” with ABC Chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. He also weighed in on the current special counsel investigation that President Donald Trump calls a “witch hunt.” Interested in Donald Trump? Add Donald Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Donald Trump...


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Taliban close Afghan health facilities run by Swedish group

The Taliban forced a Swedish non-profit group to close 42 health facilities it runs in eastern Afghanistan, the organization said Wednesday, the latest attempt by the insurgents to show strength amid negotiations to end the country's nearly 18-year war. The Taliban currently control nearly half of Afghanistan and are more powerful than at any time since the October 2001 U.S.-led invasion. According to Parwiz Ahmad Faizi, communications manager at the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan, the facilities were closed after Afghan forces last week raided a clinic run by the NGO in Daimirdad district in Maidan Wardan province. The Afghan troops,...
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The Latest: Portugal halts Iran visas over construction work

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Sudanese military, protesters sign power-sharing document

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"You Must Be Stupid": Rodrigo Duterte Says Won't Be Tried By International Court

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India building collapse: Rescuers search for survivors in Mumbai

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