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The Mueller Report Is Done, But Investigations Related To Trump Will Go On

Law enforcement officials, prosecutors and members of Congress are expected to keep up inquiries into the president's campaign, inauguration, business and other topics.
The investigations into President Trump, his campaign and his associates do not end with the release of the Mueller report. Source: Nicholas Kamm

Robert Mueller may have completed his report, but other investigations into President Trump are expected to carry on for months.

There are, broadly, two kinds: those being undertaken from within the executive branch and those being run by members of Congress — mostly Democrats in control of major committees in the House.

Mueller, the Justice Department's special counsel, ran the most important but least understood big inquiry into whether Trump's campaign conspired with the Russians who interfered in the 2016 presidential election.

Trump goes back and forth regarding what he accepts about that interference, but he has been steadfast that neither he nor anyone in his." More recently, Trump has also begun to refer to the multiple investigations into him, his associates and his business dealings as "."

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