WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump took to Twitter to complain about the special counsel investigating possible ties between his 2016 campaign and Russia while insisting that he, as president, has "complete power to pardon."
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Israel raids home of Palestinian attacker in West Bank
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Chinese government official sues exiled tycoon Guo for defamation
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