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A prosecutor who served on former special counsel Robert Mueller’s team writes in his forthcoming book that the group could have done more in investigating President Trump, The Washington Post reported Monday, citing excerpts of the book.

“As proud as I am of the work our team did — the unprecedented number of people we indicted and convicted and in record speed for any similar investigation — I know the hard answer to that simple question: We could have done more,” Andrew Weissmann reportedly writes.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Where Law Ends: Inside the Mueller Investigation” is set to be released Sept. 29, according to its Amazon page. Weissmann served as a lead prosecutor in Mueller’s special counsel office. He teaches criminal and national security law at the New York University School of Law and is a partner at the firm of Jenner & Block. He is also a legal analyst for MSNBC.

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