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Epstein-exposing Miami Herald reporter promises ‘thousand and thousands more documents’ coming

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Appearing on MSNBC on Sunday afternoon, Miami Herald reporter Julie K. Brown said that the public can expect to see “thousands and thousands” more documents related to Jeffrey Epstein will be released in the coming weeks despite his death.

Speaking with host Morgan Radford, the award-winning journalist said many more revelations are still forthcoming about the wealth manager pedophile who reportedly committed suicide in a Manhattan jail on Saturday while awaiting trial on human trafficking charges.

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“I think everybody is shocked that he was able to execute it [his suicide], that he should have probably been watched a little more carefully,” Brown told the MSNBC host. “At least since his suicide watch was recently lifted, you would think they would have been checking on him a little more closely.”

“Given what you’ve learned, do you think the alleged victims will get any form of justice?” Radford pressed.

“I sense that U.S. Attorney Jeffrey Berman in New York is pretty resolute in his effort to find justice for these victims and certainly with all the documents that were released the other day, there’s a lot of angles for him to pursue,” she replied. “There is so much information in those documents and we have thousands and thousands of more documents that are probably going to be released. There are so many threads of information and evidence and testimony and witnesses that are contained in those documents that he has a lot to work with there.”

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Ex-AG Matt Whitaker ‘pretty much acknowledges abuse of power’ in Fox News interview

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The former acting Attorney General of the United States argued that presidential abuse of power is not a crime during a Tuesday evening appearance on Fox News.

Abuse of power is not a crime,” Matt Whitaker told Fox News personality Laura Ingraham.

Tufts University Professor Daniel Drezner was fascinated by the admission.

"Interesting that Whitaker pretty much acknowledges abuse of power but doesn’t think it’s egregious," Drezner noted.

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‘Abuse of power is not a crime’: Former acting AG Matt Whitaker makes a brazen claim on Fox News

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Former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker told a Fox News audience that it is not a crime for President Donald Trump to abuse the power of his office.

Whitaker made the comments while complaining about "global elitists" during an interview with Laura Ingraham.

"What evidence of a crime do you have?" Whitaker asked, despite Trump, acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney and defense lawyer Rudy Giuliani all admitting Trump sought foreign election interference to help his struggling re-election campaign.

"Abuse of power is not a crime," the nation's former top law enforcement office argued.

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Joe Biden apologizes for ‘partisan lynching’ comments about Bill Clinton’s impeachment

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Former Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday apologized for comments he made saying impeachment could be viewed as a "partisan lynching."

The comments from a 1998 interview were reported after Biden said it was "abhorrent" and "despicable" for President Donald Trump to refer to impeachment as a lynching.

"Even if the President should be impeached, history is going to question whether or not this was just a partisan lynching or whether or not it was something that in fact met the standard, the very high bar, that was set by the founders as to what constituted an impeachable offense," Biden said in 1998.

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