Read All About It: Newspaper Front Pages Deliver Bad News For Trump

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As Americans woke up Friday and continued to digest the redacted Mueller report, newspapers across the country published front pages that delivered some devastating details for President Trump.

While many of the papers homed in on Trump’s efforts to obstruct the Russia probe, others took a slightly more neutral approach. The Trump-friendly New York Post stood out among the crowd by delivering Trump a “clean” bill of health.

Check out how the Mueller report played on the front pages of some of the country’s biggest papers, courtesy of the Newseum.

 

 

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