What’s in the 400-page Mueller report?

FBI Director Robert Mueller Photo courtesy of The White House, Washington D.C via Wikimedia Commons

Attorney General William Barr released the much-awaited Mueller report this morning. As people all over the country and the world pour through all 448 pages, a few things are now clearer. The report shows that after nearly two years of investigating, Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team did not find enough evidence to prove that President Trump or his team conspired with Russia to influence the 2016 election. But, the report also documents 10 instances where the president may have obstructed justice, but that Mueller’s team couldn’t reach a conclusion.


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