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Analyzing the Mueller report

04/20/2019 | 24m 48s Video has closed captioning.

Attorney General William Barr declared that special counsel Robert Mueller's probe concluded that President Donald Trump did not commit a crime. However, Mueller's team did not exonerate the president. After the release of Mueller’s 448-page report this week, the panelists discussed what the report reveals, the questions it raises, and the impact it may have on the Trump presidency.

Aired: 04/20/19

Rating: NR

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