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Doyle McManus: Ten questions Congress should ask Robert Mueller (and how he might respond)

WASHINGTON - Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III was supposed to provide clear answers to two questions: Did Donald Trump collude with Russia in his 2016 presidential campaign? And as president did he try to obstruct the investigations that ensued?

On collusion, the special counsel found that the Trump campaign welcomed Russia's offer to provide "dirt" on Hillary Clinton, but that its actions didn't meet the definition of a criminal conspiracy.

On obstruction of justice, Mueller amassed considerable evidence that Trump tried to hamstring

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