The statement in a summary of Attorney General Muller William Barr's Mueller report indicates that Trump can finally seek to move away from an intrigue that limited his presidency from the start.
The report provided personal confirmation to Trump and his person, a powerful new political weapon that can fire on its critics in the Democratic Party and in the media at the beginning of its re-election campaign.
But the democratic victory in November's midterm elections will guarantee that the report is not the last word. It would have been possible for the Republican in Washington to still have a monopoly on power.
Although the summary by Barr suggests that Mueller's report is nuanced and does not fully relieve the president of the disability that is political symbolism undeniable. The findings clearly lack the kind of bomb that could have displaced lukewarm public opinion about a potential impeachment process, and will therefore have profound implications for his presidency.
Trump's critics will feel that the Special Envoy has left the President has given a great political gift. And it is. But another interpretation of the report says that if the president of the crime he is accused of is not guilty, the ruling of the special representative would result in Trump's obtaining his legitimate obligations following a trial.
Partisanship aside, Mueller's conclusion should be Come to a moment of great national relief. A contrary assessment would have resulted in the current president cheating with a hostile foreign power to undermine US democracy.
So the nation has probably escaped a long political nightmare that would have put the constitutional system to the test and worsened current policy policies, sometimes it feels like it's ripping the country apart.
The relentless clarity of Trump's "No Collusion" message, which was delivered almost daily in person and has been posted on Twitter over the last two years, adds to the political implications of Müller's results for the president
But while Trump has won the first battle over the report, the Washington War is just beginning its impact. Democrats in Congress are already demanding full publication of the report, and promise to accelerate the pace of their investigation after Müller leaves the stage.
It was Barr, along with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, not Mueller, who, despite some evidence of disability in the report, decided it was not strong enough to lead to a slam-dunk case. The decision is expected to bring both men on Capitol Hill to testify before Democrats, who are deeply suspicious of Barr's decision-making.
The investigations are now resting with the Democrats
The Confirming Trump's claim that there was no collusion is certainly protracted cultural impact.
It is a blow to the Democrats and liberal media commentators who have long hoped that the former FBI director would offer a death sentence for the Trump presidency. The recent downgrading of the official speaker Nancy Peloso on the possibility of impeachment also seems to be a wise political decision.
Trump's critics are likely to see the report as further evidence that the former real estate mogul and reality star seem to be on the brink of serious misconduct – but remain untouched.
Since investigating misconduct by the president is a political and not a legal process, Democrats have the right to demand the release of the full report and the underlying evidence they make their own decision.
Democrats are already taking a clear path to accepting a prosecutor's decision they had used up in the last two years while looking for ways to further investigate the obstacle issue.
"We can not simply rely on a biased interpretation of facts uncovered during a 22-month review of possible misconduct by the President. The American people deserve to see the facts and the actions of the president for themselves Judge of the Ministry of Justice Jerry Nadler and the chairman of the supervisory board of the home supervisor Elijah Cummings said in a statement on Sunday.
The report is not a blanket confirmation of everything Trump has said
Müller's investigation also destroyed Trump's claim that he was conducting a "witch hunt" and broke his claim that the election campaign in Russia was a massive "joke" been told by Trump and his followers a story of a lawsuit that, unlike current policies, is still fact-based.
Mueller showed, according to Barr's letter, that Russia had intervened in the election to hurt Trump's opponent. If the investigation was indeed a "witch hunt," he would have found a way to prosecute the president, no matter what the facts are.
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In an ideal world, the report would exhaust the poisoned legacy of the 2016 election. But the subject is so emotional – and Trump's behavior is still lurking so much – that such hopes will be in vain.
Yet, any criminal suspect who has just been informed that he would not do so is charged with two years in the sight of one of America's top prosecutors, he would have won a clear victory. At this point, political assessments of the impact of the Trump report should begin.
The White House was formless, but the contents of the Barr letter were flawed from the start as soon as it was published.
"The Special Adviser does not find any collusion and disability, and Attorney General Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein also found that there was no disability," said White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders.
"The Ministry of Justice's findings are a complete and complete discharge to the President of the United States."
Sanders' careless interpretation of the facts will not matter from a political perspective – the main role that Trump was freed from, is already being used by his campaign as the main building block for the revival -selection.
It is also possible that Trump's victory here does little to reshape the perception of his presidency – because he is divided on a variety of issues and he has never tried to change the opinion of voters who reject him.
The President will probably now argue that the investigation should never have begun. He will certainly take the report to further discredit the Steele dossier allegedly compromising Russia and falsely claim it was the only trigger for the FBI investigation. Summing up Mueller's conclusions, Trump said it was a shame he had to endure "an illegal abolition that has failed"
In his first response to Barr's letter to Congress.
Then he seemed to argue that his winning round could soon be turned into retaliation, even in an attempt to persecute the Obama administration that was in power when the FBI first became concerned about the interference of Russian elections ,
"I hope someone looks at the other side … complete discharge, no collusion," said Trump.
The speculation is also growing This Trump was able to use his new momentum from the report to accompany the blessed Mueller had committed in connection with crimes that had nothing to do with a plot against Russia.
This may include his former election chairman Paul Manafort, who faces a total of seven and a half years in prison for tax, fraud, conspiracy and disability offenses.
Trump's former political advisor, Roger Stone, is being tried in November for lying to investigators because of his contacts with Wikileaks, who released stolen democratic emails from Russia.
Aides said Trump was confirmed and happy, although there was some concern that in his winning round and in the media concerning the investigation in Russia, he was able to overshadow his own political success.
But a partial glimpse of Barr's report on Mueller leaves many questions unanswered. It is not clear whether the special advocate did not address them or included answers in his report.
The most intriguing question is why Trump – in the knowledge that there was no collusion – acts in such a panic and vindictiveness So, was there a suspicion that he wanted to cover up something?
Why did he lean on former FBI director James Comey and finally fired him, then said he did it for the Russia investigation? This catastrophic decision led to the investigation of Mueller, which not only put some Trump employees in jail, but also led to indictments in other legal systems in the President's private and business life that could still cause significant legal damage.
Another unresolved issue is why so many people, including the president himself, have lied about several contacts with Russians and tried to cover them up, for example a meeting in the Trump Tower between his campaign team and Russians who "mess up" Hillary Clinton offer.
It is also possible that the Mueller report will show that the Trump's 2016 campaign committed serious ethical violations, despite unidentified crimes, that could have influenced the course of a narrow election if Americans had known about them at the time ,
It is the case It is not clear whether Muller during the campaign at the same time investigated the question of Trump's concern for Russian President Vladimir Putin. We tried to seal a lucrative real estate deal in Moscow – a fact that is after the indictment of his ex-lawyer Michael Cohen.
Until the report is not fully published, there will be no answers to such questions Political intrigue over the White House over Russia will simply increase despite the President's justification on Sunday.