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Barr releases Mueller's report - and feels the heat

Reuters Friday, 19 April 2019
Attorney General William Barr could have buried Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia report deep in the recesses of the U.S. Justice Department and simply told the public that President Donald Trump would not face criminal prosecution.
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News video: Dept. Of Justice Releases Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Report

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The Justice Department uploaded the redacted version of the Mueller Report to their website late Thursday morning; Nikole Killion reports for CBS News.

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