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Trump may not have been found guilty of collusion—but he’s not off the hook yet

Mueller has issued his report, but a key issue remains: is Trump an asset of the Kremlin?

By Calder Walton  

Donald Trump hasn't been charged with collusion—but that doesn't mean he's behaved impeccably. Photo: PA

The Russians did it; Trump did not conspire with them; he may have obstructed justice.

These are the conclusions of special counsel Robert Mueller’s two-year long Russia probe investigation, according to Trump’s attorney general, William Barr. At this point, the actual Mueller report has not been disclosed. After five days, the Department of Justice finally disclosed that the report is more than 300 pages long.

Without the report, as opposed to Barr’s four-page summary…

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