A Redacted Version of the Mueller Report Was Released to the Public. Now What?

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On Thursday, the redacted version of the Mueller Report was released to the public.

While there’s no direct evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials to interfere with the 2016 election, there are many alarming details about President Trump’s conduct.

The report is much more damning than the four-page summary Attorney General William Barr released last month. And in the report, Mueller seems to invite Congress to take up some of the bigger questions as to the president’s conduct during the investigation.

Barbara McQuade, a law professor at the University of Michigan and former United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, joins Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson to talk about the fallout from the Mueller Report.

Click on the audio player above to hear the full conversation. 


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