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The Litigator: Rep. Trey Gowdy conceded that he might need to kick a 16-year habit of speaking in courtroom metaphors after raising eyebrows for comparing the Benghazi inquiry to a trial with the White House as a defendant. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)
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The Litigator: Rep. Trey Gowdy conceded that he might need to kick a 16-year habit of speaking in courtroom metaphors after raising eyebrows for comparing the Benghazi inquiry to a trial with the White House as a defendant. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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