The federal investigation into Russia’s interference in the U.S. presidential election and what the Trump campaign team knew, or didn’t know, is sure to stretch for weeks—if not many more months. That could be unsettling for anyone who might be in the orbit of Robert Mueller and his special counsel’s office prosecutors.

President Donald Trump has told associates, according to a CNN report, that he expects some sort of all-clear from Mueller, something he can show off that says he has done nothing wrong. CNN characterized this document as a “letter of exoneration.”

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