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Doyle McManus

Doyle McManus is a Washington columnist for the Los Angeles Times and director of the journalism program at Georgetown University. During his long career at The Times, he has been a foreign correspondent in the Middle East, a White House correspondent and a presidential campaign reporter, and was the paper’s Washington bureau chief from 1996 to 2008. McManus, a native of San Francisco, has lived in Washington, D.C., since 1983 but still considers Hermosa Beach his spiritual home.
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Why Democrats shouldn’t impeach Trump — yet

The surprising thing since the Mueller report isn’t how many Democrats are demanding the impeachment of President Trump, but how few. Only three of 19 presidential candidates are calling for impeachment proceedings. At least for now, Democrats are acting smart.

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Ten questions Congress should ask Robert Mueller (and how he might respond)

Special counsel Robert Mueller III was supposed to clear up whether Trump obstructed justice. Instead he outlined 10 times when Trump may have crossed the line, but then kicked the issue to Congress. So here are some questions lawmakers should ask when Barr testifies.

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