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“He’s trying to avoid the landmines”: What Kenneth Starr’s insight can tell us about the Mueller Report

There has been a palpable sense that, when the document finally comes, it will be a comprehensive and detailed tome. That may not be the case

By Clodagh Harrington  

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As with Vladimir and Estragon awaiting Godot in Samuel Beckett’s play, those eagerly anticipating the arrival of the Mueller Report may have to adjust their expectations. There has been a palpable sense that, when the document finally comes, it will be a comprehensive and detailed tome. In reality, nothing in the conduct of the investigator and his team to date suggests that this will be the case.

Robert Mueller has run a tight ship, and there is now…

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