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    Justin Duckham
    Justin Duckham is a Washington, D.C. based political reporter who has covered Congress, the Pentagon, the White House and presidential campaigns. Justin makes frequent appearances on, where he has provided weekly media analysis for five years. In addition, he is heard on both local and nationally-syndicated radio programs. Previously, he was a music journalist, a topic in which he retains a keen interest. Mr. Duckham was a member UC Merced's founding class, where he studied history, philosophy and American studies.

    “If that’s what he’d like to do, I have nothing to hide,” Trump said.

    Trump has spent over a year attacking the investigation, at times calling it a “witch hunt” and a “hoax.”

    Trump "wants full transparency as he does in everything every day,” Sanders said.

    “As the report states: ‘[T]he investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities,’” Barr wrote.

    The highly anticipated report was delivered to the Department Friday. Now, it will be up for Attorney General William Barr to determine how much of the report, if any, will be made public.

    “President Trump likes Chairman Kim and he doesn’t think these sanctions will be necessary,” Sanders said in a statement.

    “I have no idea about the Mueller report,” Trump told reporters when asked if he expected it to come soon.

    “Study it; I’m sure you’ll agree,” Trump said.

    Omar reportedly cited the previous administration’s reliance on drones and an immigration policy that, like Trump, also included detaining children.

    “We’ll be getting it. We’ll be looking for landmines, because you could have that,” Trump told reporters from the Oval Office. “It’s been known to happen before to people.”