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Doyle McManus: Mueller's investigation is over, but Congress should keep investigating

WASHINGTON - Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of President Donald Trump is over. But congressional investigations into the president's conduct will continue - and they should.

Trump and his allies want to turn Mueller's finding that the president did not knowingly collude with Russia during his 2016 campaign into a blanket get-out-of-jail-free card. "Complete and Total EXONERATION," Trump tweeted in his electronic version of a shout.

But shouting doesn't make it true.

Mueller's mandate was to investigate "links (or) coordination" between

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