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The Politics & Policy Daily: It’s (Finally) Mueller Time

Everything you need to know about the 448-page special counsel’s report.
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What We’re Following Today

It’s Thursday, April 18 (and Mueller report time).

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s is finally out. Mueller’s team writes that there are links between Donald Trump’s campaign and the Russian government, but concludes that “the evidence was not sufficient enough to produce criminal charges.” The report also details that the president attempted to thwart the special counsel’s investigation, but Mueller “did not draw ultimate conclusions about the President’s conduct.” The special counsel determined that he was unable to definitively say whether

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