(The Washington Post)
Politics
Trump on Mueller report: 'Let people see it, that's up to the attorney general'
President Trump said on March 20 that he doesn't mind if the public sees the special counsel's report, while calling the probe "ridiculous" and touting his 2016 election win.
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