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                  Some leading U.S. law makers spent Monday reviewing the Mueller report we mentioned last week,
                  the results of a special investigation led by former FBI director Robert Mueller.
                  The full report was released to Congress on Thursday, but it had some redactions, some edits.
                  And a less edited version was given to House and Senate leaders yesterday.
                  One main focus of the report concerned Russia.
                  Did the campaign of U.S. President Donald Trump illegally coordinate with the other country to win the election?
                  The report said no that the Trump campaign did not collude with the Russian government.
                  Another part of the report concerned the U.S. leader's actions.
                  Did President Trump illegally interfere with the Mueller investigation and commit the crime of obstruction of justice?
                  The report was more vague on that.
                  Investigators said they couldn't conclude for sure that the president committed a crime,
                  but that they also couldn't conclude for sure that he didn't.
                  It suggested that Congress could make its own investigation into that.
                  How politicians reacted to all this mainly depended on what political party they're in.
                  President Trump and other Republicans say the report vindicates the president,
                  that he didn't illegally cooperate with Russia and that it's time to move on.
                  Democrats have said they need to see the full Mueller report without redactions
                  and that Congress now needs to investigate whether the president committed obstruction of justice.
                  We don't know yet what the next steps will be in all of this, but we'll keep you updated.
                  周一,一些美国主要立法议员审查了我们上周提过的穆勒报告,
                  即美国联邦调查局前局长罗伯特?穆勒领导的特别调查所得出的结果。
                  完整报告已于周四提交给国会,但所提交报告经过了修订和编辑。
                  昨天,一份改动较少的版本提交给众议院和参议院领袖。
                  这份报告的一个主要关注点与俄罗斯有关。
                  美国总统唐纳德?特朗普的竞选团队是否为赢得大选而与另一个国家非法协作?
                  报告的结论是没有,特朗?#31449;?#36873;团?#29992;?#26377;与俄罗斯政府勾结。
                  该报告关注的另一个问题是美国领导人的行为。
                  特朗普总统是否曾非法妨碍穆勒调查并犯下妨碍司法罪?
                  报告对这一问题?#24149;?#31572;较为模糊。
                  调查人员表示,他们不能得出总统犯下罪行这一明?#26041;?#35770;,
                  但同时他们也不能明确确定总统没有犯罪。
                  报告建议,国会可以对这一问题展开自行调查。
                  而政治家对这份报告的反应主要取决于他们所在的政党。
                  特朗普总统和其他共和党人表示,该报告证明总统是清白的,
                  他没有与俄罗斯合作,现在是时候继续前进了。
                  民主党则表示,他们需要看到未经修订的完整版穆勒报告,
                  现在国会要就总统是否犯有妨碍司法罪展开调查。
                  目前我们并不清楚这一切将会如何发展,不过我们将随时为大家报道最新进展。
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