Republicans File Complaint to D.C. Bar on Clinton Lawyer Mills

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  • Confidante Mills had conflict of interest, GOP official says
  • Legal ethics professor says it may not be that clear-cut

Cheryl Mills arrives for a closed-door deposition before the House Select Committee on Benghazi on Sept. 3, 2015, on Capitol Hill.

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Officials with the Republican National Committee said Monday they lodged a complaint with the District of Columbia Bar against one of Hillary Clinton’s attorneys and closest confidantes, the latest move to raise questions about what the GOP calls a cover-up over Clinton’s private e-mail system.

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