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Only 29% of Americans Think The Mueller Report Clears Trump Of Wrongdoing

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Only 29% of Americans Think The Mueller Report Clears Trump Of Wrongdoing

Only 29% of Americans Think The Mueller Report Clears Trump Of Wrongdoing

According to a recent NBC/ Wall Street Journal poll, only 29% of Americans think the summary of the mueller report clears Donald Trump of any wrongdoing.

President Trump continues to claim that Attorney General Barr's summary of the Mueller report is a total exoneration.

The House has passed a petition to release the full report to the public and the House Judiciary Committee has filed the first subpoena.

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