Release of Mueller Russia Report on 2016 US Election Appears Imminent

Cheryl Sanders
April 15, 2019

President Trump set the stage for the possible release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report this week by repeating the findings of Attorney General William Barr's summary and suggested, "INVESTIGATE THE INVESTIGATORS!"

Mueller's 400-page report most likely lays out the factual findings and legal analysis of the investigation, which resulted in numerous convictions. That happened three weeks ago, but after Attorney General William Barr released a four-page summary of the almost 400-page report, there has been a new anticipation - and growing acrimony - for the report to be released to members of Congress and the public.


Special counsel Robert Mueller's 300-plus-hundred-page report was summarized by AG Barr to reveal no evidence of President Trump's campaign conspiring with Russian Federation to meddle in the 2016 presidential election.

Last month, Barr released a letter saying Mueller had not established evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives, but also saying Mueller had provided evidence of alleged obstruction of justice by Donald Trump while declining to recommend prosecution. But with Mueller not reaching a decision on the obstruction issue, Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein decided no obstruction charges against Trump were warranted.


The summary also indicated that Mueller's team failed to prove that Trump obstructed the investigation, but the probe did not "exonerate" the president. But there still may have been proof of some very bad deeds and very bad motives.

"Why should Radical Left Democrats in Congress have a right to retry and examine the $35,000,000 (two years in the making) No Collusion Mueller Report when the crime committed was by Crooked Hillary, the DNC and Dirty Cops?" The main questions that aides want to be able to answer for Trump: why Mueller couldn't conclude whether Trump obstructed justice and what he meant when he said "much" of Trump's conduct was public.


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