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Giuliani says Mueller's team told him a sitting president cannot be indicted

Giuliani says Mueller's team told him a sitting president cannot be indicted



2018-05-16T23:50:34+0000

President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani says special counsel Robert Mueller believes he cannot indict a sitting president, as Mueller's team probes Russian election meddling and any ties to Mr. Trump's associates.





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