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In the two years Robert Mueller spent investigating President Trump, the special counsel did not utter a word.
This week, he called a press conference and made a public statement. Mueller did not take questions from the press and he did not provide any information that was not already stated in his 448-page report.
What Mueller’s statement did do was widen the partisan divide over his conclusions and the question of whether the president should face consequences.
- Molly Ball National political correspondent, TIME; CNN political analyst
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