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It seems to me as if there are two separate and concurrent investigations into Trump's (and his presidential campaign teamteam's) alleged collusion with Russia. One is run by the Senate Intelligence Committee while the other is being run by a special investigatorcounsel appointed by the Justice Department.

Should one investigation supersede the other? Why are there two separate investigations taking place?

It seems to me as if there are two separate and concurrent investigations into Trump's (and his presidential campaign team) alleged collusion with Russia. One is run by the Senate Intelligence Committee while the other is being run by a special investigator appointed by the Justice Department.

Should one investigation supersede the other? Why are there two separate investigations taking place?

It seems to me as if there are two separate and concurrent investigations into Trump's (and his presidential campaign team's) alleged collusion with Russia. One is run by the Senate Intelligence Committee while the other is being run by a special counsel appointed by the Justice Department.

Should one investigation supersede the other? Why are there two separate investigations taking place?

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I would like to preface this with, I am not sure if this belongs here on Politics or on the Law SE.

That said, itIt seems to me as if there are two separate and concurrent investigations into Trump's (and his presidential campaign team) alleged collusion with Russia. One is run by the Senate's SpecialSenate Intelligence Committee, and while the other is being run by a Specialspecial investigator appointed by the Justice Department.  

Should one investigation supersede the other? Why are there two separate investigations taking place?

Trumps Double Russia investigation

I would like to preface this with, I am not sure if this belongs here on Politics or on the Law SE.

That said, it seems to me as if there are two separate and concurrent investigations into Trump's (and his presidential campaign team) alleged collusion with Russia. One run by the Senate's Special Intelligence Committee, and the other being run by a Special investigator appointed by the Justice Department.  

Should one investigation supersede the other? Why are there two separate investigations taking place?

Why are there separate investigations into Trump's alleged collusion with Russia?

It seems to me as if there are two separate and concurrent investigations into Trump's (and his presidential campaign team) alleged collusion with Russia. One is run by the Senate Intelligence Committee while the other is being run by a special investigator appointed by the Justice Department.

Should one investigation supersede the other? Why are there two separate investigations taking place?

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I would like to preface this with, I am not sure if this belongs here on Politics or on the Law SE.

That said, it seems to me as if there are two separate and concurrent investigations into Trump's (and his presidential campaign team) alleged collusion with Russia. One run by the Senate's Special Intelligence Committee, and the other being run by a Special investigator appointed by the Justice Department.

Should one investigation supersede the other? Why are there two separate investigations taking place?

I would like to preface this with, I am not sure if this belongs here on Politics or on the Law SE.

That said, it seems to me as if there are two separate and concurrent investigations into Trump's (and his presidential campaign team) collusion with Russia. One run by the Senate's Special Intelligence Committee, and the other being run by a Special investigator appointed by the Justice Department.

Should one investigation supersede the other? Why are there two separate investigations taking place?

I would like to preface this with, I am not sure if this belongs here on Politics or on the Law SE.

That said, it seems to me as if there are two separate and concurrent investigations into Trump's (and his presidential campaign team) alleged collusion with Russia. One run by the Senate's Special Intelligence Committee, and the other being run by a Special investigator appointed by the Justice Department.

Should one investigation supersede the other? Why are there two separate investigations taking place?

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