Do Trump, Hillary Clinton investigations signal politicization of DOJ?

Do trump, hillary clinton investigations signal politicization of doj?

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U.C. Berkeley law professor John Yoo speaks on special counsel Jack Smith’s role in the DOJ’s investigation of Donald Trump on ‘Sunday Night in America.

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