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Justice Department knew there was no Russia collusion by spring of 2017

James B. Comey, then-FBI Director, is shown in this July 2016 file photo testifying before Congress. (Associated Press)

By Rowan Scarborough

The Washington Times

The top Justice Department official in early 2017 overseeing the FBI‘s Russia probe testified he was briefed as many as six times on its status and was told there was no evidence of Trump campaign collusion, a newly released transcript shows.

The testimony of Dana J. Boente is significant because during this time the FBI took major steps to expand the probe…

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