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The Post's @mateagold  and @manifold  sat down with @washingtonian  to talk about the how the team was able to marry visuals with strong reporting to create a powerful storytelling form in "The Mueller Report Illustrated."

When Trump's efforts to push out Mueller were revealed, he tried to contain the fallout. The Mueller Report Illustrated, Chapter 5: "Maybe I’ll have to get rid of him."

Read the full Mueller Report Illustrated series and go behind the scenes:

Trump's public and private comments raised fears he was trying to sway the testimony of his associates. The Mueller Report Illustrated, Chapter 6: The president goes after Mueller's witnesses.

After failing to oust the special counsel, Trump looked for other ways to curb the investigation. The Mueller Report Illustrated, Chapter 4: Trump turns to a loyal ally for help.

As we learn more about Giuliani's aggressive efforts to prove Manafort was set up, I think about the moment when Manafort told Rick Gates it would be stupid to plead guilty. Learn more in Chapter 6 of the Mueller Report Illustrated.

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"The Mueller Report Illustrated" is drawn directly from the findings of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, as well as Washington Post reporting. Learn more about it here:

When a special counsel was appointed to take over the Russia investigation, President Trump lashed out. The Mueller Report Illustrated, Chapter 3: Mueller's arrival pushes Trump to the brink.


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The Mueller Report Illustrated is LIVE. Start reading chapter 1 here: ‘This Russia thing is far from over.’ With audio analysis by @PostRoz  and @mattzap .

"The Mueller Report Illustrated" is drawn directly from the Mueller report, as well as congressional testimony and Washington Post reporting. Read more about the project here:

Shortly after taking office, President Trump sensed the danger from the building Russia investigation — and moved to try to contain it. The Mueller Report Illustrated, Chapter 1: "This Russia thing is far from over."

The Mueller Report Illustrated publishes today! Check out Chapter 1: ‘This Russia thing is far from over’

Very excited to announce this project: “The Mueller Report Illustrated” to be published by The Washington Post and Scribner

The Washington Post has partnered with Scribner for “The Mueller Report Illustrated," a special project on the Trump obstruction investigation

Coming soon: "The Mueller Report Illustrated." Scribner and The Washington Post will release a graphic nonfiction book and six-part digital series on the obstruction investigation.

Many of those who "save Trump from himself" in the Mueller Report narrative are no longer in the administration. The group around him--as illustrated by Barr, , , Stephen Miller--are enablers of Trump, liars who compound lies with lies. Dark times ahead.