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ABC News’ chief anchor George Stephanopoulos’ interviewed former FBI director James Comey for a special edition of “20/20” that aired on Sunday, April 15, 2018 ahead of the release of Comey's book, "A Higher Loyalty." The following is the transcript of the interview: GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS : Thank
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A former Homeland Security secretary said that the fight against Russian election meddling should put internet companies rather than the government in charge of regulating content on social media. Jeh Johnson, who headed the Department of Homeland Security in President Barack Obama’s second term,
Former DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson and former New Jersey governor and ABC News contributor Chris Christie discuss the fallout from new indictments in the Russia investigation.
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Ullah told authorities he built his pipe bomb over the past few weeks in his Brooklyn apartment.