Trump calls Mueller report 'ridiculous' but says it should be made public

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Over a 50% of American voters agree with President Trump's long-shared condemnation of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation as a political witch hunt, according to the latest USA Today/Suffolk University Poll on Monday.

But, more than eight in 10 voters - or 82 percent - said they believe it's "very" or "somewhat" important that the Justice Department release all Mueller's investigation report to the public, the poll found. "Let it come out, and let people see it".

While Trump's base has always been suspicious of Mueller, the president's team believes independents and moderate Democrats who backed him in the last election but have since soured may return to the fold if convinced he has been unfairly targeted. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff warned last month he will "subpoena the report, we will bring Bob Mueller in to testify before Congress, we will take it to court if necessary", in order to obtain the document.

The Washington Post reports that several statehouses are looking to pass laws that will require presidential candidates to release their tax returns on if they want to see their name on voting ballots.

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The survey also shows the nation is nearly evenly divided on Trump's honesty and leadership style, with 52 percent saying they either do not trust or have little trust in the president's denials that his campaign colluded with Moscow to win the election.

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Or Trump's lawyers could tell the attorney general not to release information that might shed further light on Trump's efforts to obstruct the investigation - such as information on private conversations between Trump and top advisers - by asserting executive privilege, Kent says.

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"I think you see a massive injection directly into your devices and to the places we can communicate with you where you can't look away", he explained.

"Trump, he gets badgered every single day", said Republican Robert Lynch, 62, of Selden, New York. "It's called a Mueller report", Trump said.

"It's sort of interesting that a man just writes a report", Trump said of the Special Counsel, who has been hard at work for 22 months and three days investigating Russia's attack on the USA electoral system. "I had a nasty business transaction with him and other things", the commander in chief said, without elaborating.

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