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Biden: Trump 'could be charged' after leaving office

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Biden: Trump 'could be charged' after leaving office

Biden: Trump 'could be charged' after leaving office

Former U.S. Vice President and presidential candidate Joe Biden on Wednesday responded to the testimony of former U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller, saying that 'there are plenty of reasons why' Trump could be charged after he leaves office.

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