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What's next for Democrats after Mueller report lays out obstruction evidence against Trump
The 448-page report from special counsel Robert S. Mueller III submitted to Congress April 18 detailed 10 “episodes” of potential obstruction of justice against President Trump. Congressional Democrats must decide what, if anything, to do with Mueller’s evidence.
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