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Mueller sometimes stumbles in high-stakes Q&A in Congress

Reuters Wednesday, 24 July 2019
When Robert Mueller finally appeared in public on Wednesday to defend his investigation of President Donald Trump, he often struggled with questions and, hours into a long session with U.S. lawmakers, had to correct one of his own answers.
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