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Everything you need to know about the 448-page special counsel’s report.
The special counsel should have offered an opinion on whether Trump criminally obstructed justice.
The special counsel isn’t likely to reveal information that his report has kept confidential. But lawmakers could try to press him on any disagreements with the attorney general.
The special counsel’s report shows a president who lies, acts rashly, and is routinely ignored by his own staff.
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The special counsel has concluded he can neither charge nor clear the president. Only Congress can now resolve the allegations against him.
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The president has denied wrongdoing, played the victim, and refrained from criticizing Russia’s role in the election.