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    Plethora of Leaks Reveals FBI Turmoil

    Public trust is at stake. After FBI Director James Comey told Congress of new developments in the Hillary Clinton email probe, controverting long-standing bureau policy, President Obama and other Democrats accused him of trying to influence the presidential election. Bureau sources worry that a deeply partisan streak — one agent reportedly referred to the FBI as “Trumpland” — is not only guiding policy but eroding public confidence in the agency. Some lawmakers are calling on Comey, who’s two years into a 10-year term, to resign if he can’t get control over disgruntled agents.

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