The Mueller Investigation Through the Lens of History

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Wayne State University historian Marc Kruman

A redacted Mueller Report is likely to dominate the news cycle for the coming days and beyond as Congress and the public get a first glimpse at its findings.

What answers should we expect? What answers should we not expect to get? What are the possible paths forward?

And how does this report and investigation compare to other probes into presidencies throughout history?

David Shepardson is a reporter for Reuters based in Washington D.C. He’s the Detroit News’ former Washington correspondent.

Marc Kruman is a professor of American History at Wayne State University and director of WSU’s Center for Study of Citizenship.

Shepardson and Kruman join Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson to dig into those questions.

Click on the audio player above to hear that conversation.

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