Trump and The Mueller Report: Why Trump's Legal Troubles Aren't Over Yet
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into whether President Donald Trump colluded with Russia during the 2016 is over. President Donald Trump took a victory lap when special counsel Robert Mueller wrapped up the Russia investigation.
His legal troubles, however, appear far from over.CNBC's Jacob Pramuk explains why.
Trump still faces ongoing investigations into hush-money payments, his inaugural committee and whether convicted former associates such as Michael Cohen and Roger Stone committed any other crimes.
Here's what's next after the Mueller probe.
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What's Next For Trump's Legal Woes After The Mueller Report