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Trump calls Mueller's report 'total exoneration' — but lawyers say questions over obstruction remain

CBC.ca Monday, 25 March 2019
It was a good day for the U.S. president. What it wasn’t, though, was a "complete and total exoneration," as Donald Trump claimed in a tweet on Sunday.
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President Trump reacts today to the report delivered by Attorney General Barr regarding the findings of the Robert Mueller Report

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