Robert Mueller breaks silence, does not want to testify, says charging Trump ‘not an option’

(ABC NEWS) — Special counsel Robert Mueller on Wednesday broke more than two years of silence about his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice, saying he does not intend to testify to Congress and explaining why he did not have the “option” of charging the president with a crime.

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