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Trump’s Troop

An illustrated guide to 14 of the president’s associates
Source: Jonathan Twingley

Illustrations by Jonathan Twingley

Bill Barr

Cleared President Donald Trump of all obstruction-of-justice allegations in a letter summarizing the findings of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. Was accused by investigators on Mueller’s team of inaccurately portraying the inquiry’s findings. This year, a Republican-appointed federal judge questioned “whether Attorney General Barr’s intent was to create a one-sided narrative … that is clearly in some respects substantively at odds with the redacted version of the Mueller report.”

Asked a federal judge to drop all charges against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn in May. , the U.S. attorney in Manhattan, who oversaw the prosecution of several of Trump’s associates, in June. Has made claims about the prevalence of voter fraud that his own office

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