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New information has come to light, that special counsel Robert Mueller took a top FBI agent off the Russia probe due to the agent’s political bias. Agent Peter Strzok was removed from the case after a Department of Justice investigation revealed he exchanged politically charged text messages with an FBI attorney, criticizing then-candidate Trump and supporting Hillary Clinton.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – “Fake data” is as much of a threat to economic and financial stability as “fake news” is to politics, a leading European central banker said on Friday.
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By Trevor Hunnicutt NEW YORK (Reuters) – BlackRock Inc Chief Executive Larry Fink on Thursday said the global economic outlook looks positive despite U.S. political dysfunction.
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