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Daily Briefing for Friday, Mar. 29th

Editor's Note: Well, I guess this is it. Thank you. I am so grateful for your readership and support. If you missed my longer goodbye (sent out earlier today), you can read it here.
Stay informed. Stay in the fight. It all matters. - J 

Barr Offers Mueller Report Mid-April

Attorney General William Barr has written a letter to heads of the Senate and House Judiciary Committees saying he anticipates having a redacted copy of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's approximately 400-page report available for Congress by the middle of next month.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) says Barr's offer is unacceptable.

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Butina Wants Return to Russia

Admitted Russian agent Maria Butina would like to leave the United States and head back to Russia as soon as possible and has no concerns that she might be punished when she gets there for cooperating with U.S. authorities.

The Justice Department wants her sent back to Russia too.

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Manafort to Forfeit $36 Million

Paul Manafort, who is serving a 7.5-year prison sentence, will get to keep his expensive, custom menswear, but as part of his punishment for tax and bank fraud, he has to give up cash and property in excess of tens of millions of dollars.

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How Flynn's Relationship With Kislyak Came to Light

President Trump's first National Security Advisor Michael Flynn let something slip during what allegedly was his first phone call with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak that caught the attention of intelligence and national security officials who soon realized the two men had an established relationship.

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WATCH: I wanted this clip from Chairman Schiff to be the last we feature because we all know none of what's happening is okay. (2:16)


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