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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Schiff Storm

GOP members call for the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee to resign. Plus: The Department of Housing and Urban Development sues Facebook
Source: J. Scott Applewhite / AP

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It’s Thursday, March 28. President Donald Trump and the Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee called for Democratic Chairman Adam Schiff to resign, arguing that he “abused [his] position to knowingly promote false information” about the Russia investigation. Schiff hit back:

And the Department of Housing and Urban Development for allegedly violating the Fair Housing Act. HUD says that Facebook’s advertising tools,

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