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Special counsel Robert Mueller delivered his report to the Attorney General on Friday afternoon. The investigation looks into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, but despite calls for transparency from politicians, Americans, and emboldened mothers on social media, the report hasn’t been released to the public yet. 

Another report has been making the rounds, even if it’s not the one Mueller delivered to William Barr. 

Oh man https://t.co/L0UjrhRfC1

— Adam Rawnsley (@arawnsley) March 22, 2019

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Don't ever try to use 'Harry Potter' against J.K. Rowling in an argument

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LONDON — As we’ve learned over the past week, throwing insults at J.K. Rowling on Twitter is a very bad idea.

But attempting to use references from her own books to win an argument? That’s an even worse plan.

Following on from her repeated shut-downs of the people threatening to burn her books, someone else accused her of using “the mark of the beast in a children’s novel”.

It didn’t end well for them.

Nicolas Flamel doesn’t die in the Potter books. Seriously, read before you burn, it’ll make attacking me so much easierpic.twitter.com/cU8AOMS21F

— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) February 2, 2017 Read more…

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