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    • The Justice Department has quietly ramped up its release of documents related to the Trump-Russia probe.
    • The agency in recent weeks has started publishing documents related to an array of topics, including Fusion GPS, Christopher Steele, Bruce Ohr, and Peter Strzok.
    • One document released Wednesday shows that former Trump lawyer John Dowd asked Rod Rosenstein to help investigate Fusion GPS.

    The Justice Department has for weeks been quietly releasing internal agency emails and documents related to the Trump-Russia probe.

    The documents include correspondence related to the Steele dossier, internal discussions about news coverage of the investigation, and even an email that a lawyer for President Donald Trump sent then-Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein urging an investigation of Fusion GPS.

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