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Democrats Look At How To Proceed After Mueller Report Is Released

NPR Saturday, 20 April 2019
Congress must decide what to do with information from the Mueller report. Democratic strategists Luis Miranda and Robin Winston tell NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer whether their party should pursue impeachment.
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Democrats on Thursday blasted Attorney General William Barr for defending President Trump prior to the release of the Mueller report, then called for the Special Counsel himself to testify before Congress. Lisa Bernhard reports.

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