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Majority says Trump not exonerated of collusion after Barr's summary

Majority says Trump not exonerated of collusion after Barr's summary

"The Democrats have, they've let you down, they came up with ObamaCare, it's awful".

Challenges lie ahead for both the Republicans and the Democrats who hope to deny Trump re-election next year. He showed an eagerness to move on, Republicans said, specifically to focus anew on repealing President Barack Obama's signature health care law.

A CNN Poll conducted before the report was final found that almost 9 in 10 Americans thought there should be a full, public report on the investigation's findings, while just 9% felt that was unnecessary. "From the moment this administration and this Republican majority came to power, they have waged a wholesale attack on our health-care system".

Democrats reacted with anger to the administration's latest move.

Barr later explained in the letter that "the Special Counsel did not find that any USA person or Trump campaign official or associate conspired or knowingly coordinated with the [Russian] IRA [Internet Research Agency] in its efforts [to influence the election], although the Special Counsel brought criminal charges against a number of Russian nationals and entities in connection with these activities". It's an attempt to deliver on campaign promises about health care and to - just maybe- change the conversation.

With Trump supporters and the president taking a victory lap after Barr released his summary, Schiff also made clear this week that his committee will not be moving on to other issues now that Mueller has completed his report.

Tucker Carlson took on the media and Democrats' reaction to the end of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's two-year investigation, which did not find evidence of Trump-Russia collusion.

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After wall-to-wall coverage of the investigation and a letter the attorney general wrote to Congress summarizing the special counsel's final report, 14 percent of Americans said they were unsure of Trump's innocense or professed to have no opinion on the matter.

In a filing with a federal appeals court, the Justice Department said it agreed with the ruling of a federal judge in Texas that invalidated the Obama-era health care law. A president whose approval ratings have been dismal from the start was said to be on the road to reelection.

Trump had said he would not cut that part when campaigning for the White House, although his 2020 budget proposal slashed the program's funding. "That's all pie in the sky", said Sen.

"It's a great day for America", Trump's spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said in a rare appearance on CNN, a channel the White House regularly savages as "fake news". According to a Washington Post analysis of exit poll data from 69 battleground districts, health emerged as the top issue for voters - besting Trump, the economy and immigration as priorities.

"I worked with the prosecutor [Goodhand] in this matter", said Gene Rossi, a former assistant US attorney in Virginia.

Polls have repeatedly shown that voters are more interested in affordable healthcare than they are in the Russian Federation investigation.

The US Supreme Court had previously upheld the penalty, which was created to avoid free-riding on the US healthcare system, as a constitutional exercise of the federal government's power to tax.