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Mueller just got another critical piece of evidence in the Russia investigation

President Donald Trump reportedly asked Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein whether he was "on my team" during a meeting in December. The interaction is the third known instance during which Trump asked a top law-enforcement official where their loyalties lie. Rosenstein is increasingly emerging as a crucial witness in the Russia investigation, and experts said the reported interaction is an important new piece of evidence for special counsel Robert Mueller as he examines whether Trump sought to obstruct justice in the Russia probe.
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