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Though the actual report hasn’t yet been made public, Trump and his allies were quick to spin the SparkNotes version as a political win. Though the investigation once looked like it might imperil Trump’s presidency, Barr’s initial interpretation seems to now be a On the flip side, plenty of liberals had been anticipating that Mueller would effectively put an end to Trump’s presidency—with a small cottage industry of books and Mueller-themed wares such as candles and

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