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Mueller folds, now it's up to Congress

For Charlie Brown fans, it's like Lucy and the football. Once again, we counted on Special Counsel Robert Mueller to save the day. And, once again, he let us down. With his final statement on the Mueller Report, he also, once again, let Donald Trump off too easy.

As Mueller walked away from the podium, one thing was clear: Even if Congress forced him to testify, he'd said all he was going to say. Mueller wouldn't say the president had committed

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