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BREAKING: Justice Department asks judge to keep Trump's search warrant affidavit sealed, citing ongoing investigation

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Kerry address Iran deal critics in Congress

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In an exclusive interview, Andrea Mitchell talks to Secretary of State John Kerry about the debate in Washington over the Iran nuclear agreement as Congress begins its 60-day review of the deal.