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Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller is sworn in before testifying on July 24, 2019 before a House Judiciary Committee hearing about his report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Getty Images hide caption

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A Lead Prosecutor On Mueller's Team Weighs In On Where The Investigation Fell Short

Federal prosecutor Andrew Weissmann says the Mueller investigation was fundamentally shaped by the president's power to fire the team and to pardon key witnesses. His new book is Where Law Ends.

Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller is sworn in before testifying on July 24, 2019 before a House Judiciary Committee hearing about his report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Getty Images hide caption

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A Lead Prosecutor On Mueller's Team Weighs In On Where The Investigation Fell Short

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