Department of Justice makes changes to longstanding policy on election interference, report says

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ProPublica reports the Department of Justice sent an email that said federal investigators can publicly look into suspected election fraud before the polls close. It specifically mentioned postal workers and military employees, both of whom President Trump has accused of assisting in voter fraud. The memo goes against the DOJ’s longstanding rule of not interfering with elections. ProPublica reporter Justin Elliott joins CBSN’s Elaine Quijano with more on his reporting.

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