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Members of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team said that some of their investigative conclusions were more damaging for President Donald Trump than Attorney General Bill Barr has so far portrayed them, the New York Times reports. The Washington Post and NBC News matched the Times’ reporting. A Justice Department spokesperson said that every page of Mueller’s report was marked “May Contain Material Protected Under Fed. R. Crim. P. 6(e),” explaining that Barr chose to release “bottom-line findings” while the redaction process was completed, NBC News details. The FBI is leading a counterintelligence investigation into potential Chinese intelligence activity targeting Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, the Miami Herald reports. The investigation began prior to reports that a massage parlor entrepreneur had allegedly sold access to Trump, and before the arrest of a woman found with malware on the club’s property on Saturday.…

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