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The Mueller Report: No collusion, No exoneration - what we know & what's next
Special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence Donald Trump's campaign 'conspired or co-ordinated' with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election. But on obstruction of justice, Mueller did not fully exonerate Trump. What to make of it all? And what comes next? Listen now.
Trump calls Mueller's report 'total exoneration' — but lawyers say questions over obstruction remain
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