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Yvonne Abraham

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He can always go lower. Republicans will always let him go lower. So now President Trump is obsessively attacking a dead man.

Renée Graham

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2019/03/22/BostonGlobe.com/EditorialOpinion/Images/Graham%20(1)-5479.jpg If Joe Biden wants to win, he needs Stacey Abrams — now

Announcing Abrams as a running mate now would be audacious; never before has a major-party candidate announced a running mate so early.

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Analysis

Report’s findings remove rationale for a GOP challenger to Trump

Sunday’s findings issued by the attorney general makes it far less likely that President Trump will face a significant primary challenger.

Key takeaways from the Mueller report’s findings: Here’s a sharp list of the must-read points

Attorney General William Barr has delivered to Congress his summary of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Trump-Russia scandal.

Read the text of the letter sent to Congress on the Mueller report

The attorney general released his findings Sunday afternoon.

Mass. Democrats pushing on Mueller report

The nation’s attorney general reviewed the long-awaited report on the Trump-Russia investigation Saturday.

WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 24: Special Counsel Robert Mueller walks after attending church on March 24, 2019 in Washington, DC. Special counsel Robert Mueller has delivered his report on alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election to Attorney General William Barr. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

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Analysis

Nixon, Clinton cases offer only limited guide to national agony

Whatever the ultimate result of the report Robert Mueller delivered to the attorney general, it will alter the shape of the presidency itself and roil an already bitterly divided country.

Attorney General William Barr (left) departed his home in McLean, Va., on Saturday morning for his office at the Justice Department.

Robert Mueller’s findings will remain confidential at least another day

Attorney General William Barr and his team on Saturday pored over the highly anticipated report, preparing to release the investigation’s “principal conclusions” as soon as Sunday.

“A summary of the report or Mr. Barr simply briefing Congress on its contents would be insufficient,” US Senator Edward J. Markey said.

Mass. Democrats pushing on Mueller report

The nation’s attorney general reviewed the long-awaited report on the Trump-Russia investigation Saturday.

Nearly every organization Trump has run over the last decade is being probed by state or federal authorities.

Trump’s legal troubles are far from over even as Mueller probe ends

Nearly every organization Trump has run over the last decade remains under investigation by state or federal authorities, and he is mired in a variety of civil litigation.

“What we really need is to make [the Mueller report] public. Ninety percent of Americans want to see it public. Four-hundred-twenty representatives in the House of Representatives voted to make it public,” Senator Amy Klobuchar said after an event Saturday.

US Senator Amy Klobuchar in N.H. says making Mueller report public is ‘number one focus’

The senator made her third trip Saturday to New Hampshire as a candidate for the Democratic nomination.

Senator Kamala Harris (pictured in Oakland in January) didn’t mention candidates Beto O’Rourke or Julian Castro while campaigning in their home state of Texas Saturday.

Testing strength, senators Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders take 2020 campaign to rivals’ turf

Harris campaigned in Texas for the first time Saturday, while Sanders swung through California.

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