What Trump's Mueller 'exoneration' means for Democrats looking to beat him in 2020
Tuesday, 26 March 2019 After the Mueller report news broke on the weekend, triumphant Republicans wondered: What will Democrats focus on now that U.S. President Donald Trump has been "vindicated" on Trump-Russia collusion? The answer, Democrats say, is the same priorities that helped them take back the House.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday reiterated his claim that 'treasonous acts' happened high up and said he doesn't think that Democrats are talking about impeachment. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
According to a report by Reuters, House Democrats are using caution in how they respond to the special counsel's report, which detailed Trump's efforts to thwart the investigation into Russian efforts..
According to Reuters, President Donald Trump's approval dropped by 3 percentage points to the lowest level of the year, following the release of a Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the..
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Chapter and worse Perhaps Donald Trump doesn't get that Robert Mueller's report isn't the "total exoneration" he claims it to be, but those around him do. Newsday Also reported by •Newsmax •Christian Science Monitor
Congressional Democrats on Friday took legal action to see all of U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller's evidence from his inquiry into Russian interference in... Reuters Also reported by •CBS News •Christian Science Monitor
Vulnerable House Democrats, mindful of President Donald Trump's continued strength among Republican voters, are using caution in how they respond to the special... Reuters Also reported by •Christian Science Monitor