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  1. Tell your readers ALL the facts. What you have above is NOT factual. A quote from the post linked below: U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanen —
    “Hanen was so exercised about the episode that he sought to order three hours of ethics training for all Washington-based Justice Department attorneys who appear in courts in the 26 states involved in the immigration-related case. Justice countered by adding an additional hour of annual ethics training for its Civil Division lawyers.

    In January, Hanen backed down, saying he accepted that the comments he regarded as misleading were “unintentional.” The lawyers involved “acted with no intent to deceive the other parties or the Court,” the Brownsville, Texas-based, George W. Bush appointee wrote, as he dropped his plans to impose sanctions on the government and on individual lawyers not specified in public court filings.”
    FOR THE WHOLE STORY– SEE: Another prosecutor joins Trump-Russia probe http://www.politico.com/story/2017/09/15/another-prosecutor-joins-trump-russia-investigation-242794?cmpid=sf

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