Grassley Seeks Update after Asking DOJ to Investigate Swetnick and Avenatti's Kavanaugh Allegations




Grassley Seeks Update after Asking DOJ to Investigate Swetnick and Avenatti\
Grassley Seeks Update after Asking DOJ to Investigate Swetnick and Avenatti\'s Kavanaugh Allegations  
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