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Trump Doesn't Think White House Should Have Testified In Mueller Report

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Trump Doesn't Think White House Should Have Testified In Mueller Report

Trump Doesn't Think White House Should Have Testified In Mueller Report

President Donald Trump says there was “no reason” for White House staff to testify to Congress.

He says testimonies in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report were probably motivated by political bias.

According to Business Insider, Trump celebrates Mueller’s inconclusive findings in his report.

Mueller didn’t find any evidence of Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign conspiring with Russia.

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