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Mueller report justifies obstruction charges vs Trump - ex-U.S. Justice Department officials

Reuters India Tuesday, 7 May 2019
Almost 500 former U.S. Justice Department officials said on Monday in a joint statement that the Mueller report's findings would justify obstruction charges against President Donald Trump if he were not currently occupying the White House.
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