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Questions about how law enforcement officials are navigating the inquiry have hung over the Justice Department since a separate investigation came into view in April, when F.B.I. agents raided the office, home and hotel room of Mr. Trump’s former longtime lawyer and fixer, Michael D. Cohen. The raids prompted Mr. Trump to increase his attacks on the Justice Department, raising fears among Democrats that he might shut down that inquiry or the one by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III. Follow The New York Times Opinion section on Facebook, Twitter (@NYTopinion) and Instagram.XS M S
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"It's all about balance," she said. "Openness is here, it's really valuable, but we have to mirror that with the right level of responsibility." The cabinet reshuffle and Mr. Johnson’s overblown oratory in Parliament appeared intended to send one message to the E.U. — he is serious about leaving without a deal if necessary.