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Trump, Lawmakers Await Details of Mueller's Russia Report

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Trump, Lawmakers Await Details of Mueller's Russia Report

Trump, Lawmakers Await Details of Mueller's Russia Report

According to Reuters, U.S. lawmakers took sides on how to handle a special counsel report on Russian meddling in the 2016 election that has raised questions about collusion between his Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Moscow.

Everyone is waiting for Attorney General William Barr to release a summary of the report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller after his 22-month investigation of Russian connections.

Trump, who decried the probe as a witch hunt, has remained uncharacteristically silent about Friday’s conclusion of the Mueller probe.

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