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Mueller report changes little on either side of the political aisle

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WASHINGTON - Far from closing the chapter on the investigation into the Trump campaign's links with Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Thursday (April 18) laid little to rest but ended up fuelling political agendas on both sides.

The two big questions had been: was there collusion? Was there a cover-up? The most widely-anticipated document during Mr Trump's presidency was unable to give a conclusive answer to either.

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