2.) No Sufficient Evidence

2.) No Sufficient Evidence
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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Attorney General William Barr came out to say after seeing the report that there was not sufficient evidence to prove that the President committed obstruction of justice. This would mean that the top legal official in the country has recommended no charges are needed for Donald Trump as he has committed no crime.

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 Source: TTN staff

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