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Fmr. prosecutor on Mueller criticism: He works "by the book"

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After special counsel Robert Mueller's lawyers acquired documents from the Trump transition team, a spokesman for the team alleged that Mueller obtained them improperly. Former federal prosecutor Chuck Rosenberg looks at whether these complaints are justified, or simply political.