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Saturday November 25th, 2017 12:39AM

LISTEN: Camera Clifton details "smoking gun" email about Obama DOJ

By Bill and Joel

The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee claims he obtained a "smoking gun" email that proves the Obama Justice Department prevented settlement payouts from going to conservative-leaning organizations. Political strategist Camera Clifton shares details about the implications and what should happen going forward.

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LISTEN: Camera Clifton details "smoking gun" email about Obama DOJ
The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee claims he obtained a "smoking gun" email that proves the Obama Justice Department prevented settlement payouts from going to conservative-leaning organizations. Political strategist Camera Clifton shares details about the implications and what should happen going forward.
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