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Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee want the Justice Department to appoint a second special counsel to investigate actions taken by Hillary Clinton, James Comey and Loretta Lynch during the 2016 presidential election. Bob Goodlatte of Virginia, who is Judiciary Committee chairman, wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting the appointment of a new special counsel.
"Democrats and the mainstream media called for a special counsel to be appointed to investigate any Russian influence on President Trump's campaign," the Republican lawmakers wrote.
"Their pleas were answered, but there are many questions that may be outside the scope of Special Counsel Mueller's investigation." Republicans say the mandate of special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating Russia's election interference, is too narrow, and that the Justice Department should focus on other issues related to the Obama administration by appointing another special counsel, in addition to Mueller.
Mueller is also investigating whether the Trump campaign worked with the Kremlin.
The inquiry will be looking into whether Clinton and her aides violated government rules with her use of a private email server while serving as the nation's top diplomat.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, confirmed the department's formal inquiry to Fox News. Literally.' A State Department official told Mail Online: 'Due to privacy considerations, the Department cannot provide any information regarding any current or former employees' security clearance or access to classified information.'Earlier this month Senator 'This new evidence of pay-to-play and special treatment reinforces the appearance that donations to the Clinton Foundation resulted in favorable treatment by Secretary Clinton's State Department,' Grassley said.
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The letter comes after the Judiciary Committee on Wednesday approved an amendment demanding from the Justice Department information related to Comey's handling of the Clinton email case.There are more women senators and more women in executive-level positions of power than ever before.