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Around the end of November, exact date unknown, Heidi Stirrup is banned from the Justice Department for repeatedly abusing her role as White House liaison to benefit Donald Trump.
Stirrup, a friend of Stephen Miller, pressured DOJ officials for information related to election fraud, ongoing cases, and at least one case that a judge blocked the Justice Department from working on.
That case involved E. Jean Carroll, the woman who accused Donald Trump of sexual assault. Trump tried to make the DOJ represent him in the case to save himself money. After a judge blocked that abuse of power, Stirrup tried to obtain any information the DOJ had on Carroll that could be useful to Trump and his attorneys.
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