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One percent

A perfect weekend for hiding bad news

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The completion of a long-awaited watchdog report on the FBI and DOJ’s Hillary Clinton investigation during the 2016 presidential campaign has put Washington on edge, as the clock counts down to its potentially explosive release. 


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I'd add that they've made the assumption (for transport, other issues), that the public interest / attendance will be about the same as the last royal wedding in Windsor -- Charlie and Camilla.  So there's plenty of scope for moany pictures and articles over the coming days to keep the smokescreen working

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