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Commentary: A question the Mueller report leaves unanswered: Is Trump a threat to national security?

In his remarks on Thursday, Attorney General William Barr said the final report submitted by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III found no evidence that any American, including President Donald Trump, had colluded with Russia in illegal activities.

But neither Barr nor Mueller's report itself has answered a crucial question: Is Trump a threat to U.S. national security?

From the beginning, the FBI's investigation triggered bizarre and inexplicable behavior from the president when questions about his campaign's relationship to Russia were raised. The day after firing FBI

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