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Sunday, April 7, 2019

Release of the Mueller Report would likely lead House Democrats to impeach Trump

President Trump just manages to cover his undersized junk with Attorney General William Barr's suspicious 4-page summary of the Mueller Report, according to this cartoon by R.J. Matson of Roll Call. You can find more cartoons on PoliticalCartoons.com and at The Cagle Post.

Last week's top read in The New York Times was a story reporting the special counsel's report was more damaging for Trump than first indicated.

A cartoon from Joe Heller, who was the political cartoonist for the Green Bay Press Gazette in Wisconsin from 1985 to 2013, when he was laid off by the Gannett Co. "My hands are clean," Trump says weakly.

The special counsel's investigators had already written multiple summaries of the report, but the office didn't ask AG William Barr to release them.

Cartoonist Kevin Siers of The Charlotte Observer lampooning the conclusion of Attorney General William Barr, who essentially reduced the nearly 400-page Mueller Report to two words, "Not guilty."

The full report is believed to examine President Trump's attempts to thwart the investigation of Russian interference in the presidential election.

Cartoonist Steve Sack of the Minneapolis Star Tribune has Attorney General William Barr muting the report: "Exzzzzonerate."

After Robert Mueller made no judgment on obstruction, Barr stepped in to declare that he himself had cleared Trump of wrongdoing.

Cartoonist Jeff Darcy imagines the Mueller Team's summary of Barr's 4-page summary.

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