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Double standards

Finding someone in Washington who is nonpartisan and puts the nation's interests ahead of their own is so rare these days that he or she, if found, might well qualify as an endangered species.

But once in a while -- call it the law of averages -- someone speaks the truth. It happened last week when Mark Penn, former adviser to Bill and Hillary Clinton, wrote a newspaper in which he claimed there is a big difference between how Hillary Clinton and President Trump have been treated when it comes to allegations of criminal behavior.

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