Washington Post pushes back on Justin Fairfax denial of sexual-assault claim, publishes graphic details

Graphic new details are emerging about a newly revealed allegation of sexual assault against Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, as The Washington Post pushes back against Fairfax’s claim that the newspaper found serious problems with the original accusation when it initially opted not to publish the account. 

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Trump downplays Mueller investigation charges in Super Bowl interview; won’t commit to making report public

In the second part of a wide-ranging interview that aired on Super Bowl Sunday, President Trump downplayed the numerous charges brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller – saying many of those charged in the investigation had nothing to do with him – while giving no clear answer to whether he would make the report public.

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