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'No Collusion!': Trump Supporters Rally Outside Trump Tower As Attorney General Reviews Mueller Report

Gothamist Sunday, 24 March 2019
'No Collusion!': Trump Supporters Rally Outside Trump Tower As Attorney General Reviews Mueller Report 
As the political world anxiously awaited the results of special counsel Robert Mueller’s just-concluded 22-month investigation, the president’s supporters gathered on Saturday near Donald Trump’s Fifth Avenue tower, perhaps prematurely celebrating that the yet-to-be-released report discovered no wrongdoing on the president’s part. [ more › ]
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News video: Trump Says He Wants People To See Mueller Report: But Does He?

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Now that the Mueller report has now been received by the Attorney General, we will see what gets made public and what the President wants everyone to see. For now we will take President Trump at his word.

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