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AirTalk® FOR June 15, 2018

DC Round Up: inspector general’s report, US-China tariffs and more

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The Department of Justice Inspector General released a 500 pages long report on Thursday on the handling of the Clinton email investigation. We also examine the lawsuit against Harvard claims; speak with composer Michael Giacchino; and more. See full episode >
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