Attorney General William Barr published on Sunday the "key conclusions" of Russia's completed Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation in a four-page Bombshell letter to Capitol Hill MPs, which concluded that Mueller did not provide any evidence Trump's team of members of the Trump campaign had teamed up with Russia to influence the 2016 elections – despite repeated offers from Russian affiliates to support the Trump campaign. "
For Trump, who tweeted more than 230 times that he did not participate in a collaboration With the Russians in a flood of claims from media and politicians, the moment was an almost total justification. Although Muller noted that his report had not "relieved" Trump of his disability, Barr wrote, "the report does not recommend further charges, and the Special Adviser has not received any sealed indictments yet to be published."
"No collusion, no hindrance, complete and total EXONERATION," Trump wrote on Twitter on Sunday afternoon. "KEEP AMERICA GREAT!"
Later he told reporters: "It was just announced that there would be no collusion with Russia, the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard, there was no collusion with Russia, there was no obstacle, it is a shame that our country had to go through that to be honest, it's a shame your president had to go through this ̵
Müller's team specifically examined two Russian efforts to interfere with the 2016 elections – firstly, the work of a Russian organization, the Internet Research Agency (IRA), to" disinformative and Social Media Operations "to" sow discord "in the US.
According to Barr's letter, "the Special Counsel did not find that an American representative or a representative of the Trump campaign had deliberately conspired with the IRA in their coordinated efforts, although the special advocate in connection with these activities filed a lawsuit against one
Mueller then investigated whether the Trump team was involved in hacking e-mails, many of which were publicly released, such as WikiLeaks, which was part of Hillary Clinton's campaign, and the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
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"The Special Adviser loudly did not find the Trump campaign or anybody associated with him, conspiring or coordinating" with Russians involved in these hacking efforts Barr's letter, "Despite multiple offers from Russian nationals to support the Trump campaign."
Müller's report failed The Trump campaign hampered the judiciary and left the decision to Barr and DOJ officials who stated that there was insufficient evidence of obstacles. Mueller "recognized," according to Barr's letter, that the lack of evidence that Trump was involved in a collusion would undercut any obstacle – which would depend on the President's corrupt intent.
"The Special Adviser has therefore, in one way or another, failed to conclude whether the behavior under investigation is an obstacle," Barr's letter said. Instead, for each of the relevant measures examined, the report presents evidence on both sides of the question, leaving open what the Special Adviser sees as "difficult questions" of the law and the fact that the president's actions and intentions may be considered as obstruction: The Special Counsel states, "Although this report does not conclude that the President has committed a crime, he will not be exonerated."
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The letter from Barr concluded: "After examining the Special Adviser's Final Report on these issues … Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and I presented finds that the evidence cited in the special lawyer's investigation is not sufficient end to prove that the president has committed a crime. "
" This was an illegal takedown that failed. "
" Our decision was made without regard to the constitutional considerations surrounding the indictment and the prosecution of an incumbent president, "Barr said Barr said that Müller's team" thoroughly "opposed The Trump's team "has issued more than 2,800 subpoenas, issued nearly 500 search warrants, received more than 230 communications orders, received nearly 50 commissions to use penalties, and tried to join forces with Russians or obstructs investigators." Issued registries, asked 13 foreign governments for evidence, and interviewed about 500 witnesses. "Barr wrote.
Barr's revelation was a pivotal moment following the 22-month investigation, which arrested six former Trump advisors and partners but failed to file any charges for collusion with Russia.
The letter promised to clarify some of the biggest unanswered questions in the Müller investigation, even as the Democrats on Sunday pledged to proceed with other investigations, and members of both parties continued to urge the release of as much as possible of the Müller bill. Report as possible.
Barr's letter states that he would work quickly with Muller to find out which parts of the court could be released and which had to be withheld because they contained sensitive jury jury matters that were protected by law. A DOJ official confirmed to Fox News that the process of determining what information can be published has already begun.
Trump's personal team, including Rudy Giuliani, Jay Sekulow, Jane Serene Raskin, and Martin R. Raskin, declared victory late on Sunday
"As we have noted from the beginning, there was no collusion and no disability," said the lawyers. "This is a complete and complete justification of the President."
In response to Barr's letter, Chairman of the Lower House Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler, DN.Y., Tweeted: "Seems the Ministry of Justice is handling the matter directly in front of the congressional court."
Nadler talking to "Fox News" Sunday, "insisted", "So we know a lot of things and maybe it's not undeniable, but we know there were collusions, the question is the degree."
Top Democrats in Congress tried to respond to the end of the Mueller investigation This weekend, he held an emergency conference call and discussed the next steps.
A senior Democrat in the Senate Judiciary Committee admitted to reporters Saturday that Barr's release of Mueller's conclusions was likely to be a reason to celebrate under President Trump's supporters – many of whom have been standing next to the president for more than two years a stream of unproven claims that the Trump campaign has illegally worked with Russia to influence the 2016 elections.
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"It's the end of the beginning, but it's not the beginning of the end," said the US Senate of Delaware, Chris Coons, and squeezed his party's strategy to focus on others, including investigations Investigations into Trump's financial affairs. "As soon as we get the main conclusions of the report," he added later, "it is quite possible that this will be a good day for the president and his supporters."
In this regard, Nadler said the Democrats would do so continuing their efforts.
"The task of the congress is much further than the task of the special representative," said Nadler. "The special adviser seeks and can only look for crimes, we must protect the rule of law, we must search for abuse of power, we must look for obstacles to the judiciary, we must look into the practice of corruption power that should not be crimes."  But House Member of Judiciary Councilor Doug Collins, R-Ga., Who spoke with "Fox News Sunday," argued that the Democrats would unlikely discover anything that Muller could not.
"As we saw in the first two months of this congress, [Democrats] really has no political agenda," said Collins. "They have an agenda against the president, they have an agenda with which they want to try to win in 2020. Therefore, they see that they can go to the Judiciary Committee or another committee and have a limited, limited budget subpoena, limited Staff and against an investigation that lasted 22 months, unlimited power, full subpoena, many investigators – and they believe that they can find more than what they have done, then they are sadly mistaken. "
A former leader A law enforcement official repeated these remarks and told Fox News that the Democrats lacked the key investigative powers that Muller had, including the ability to convoke grand juries – and that Nadler's way was to criminalize foreign actors, the Special Envoy apparently had determined were just not criminal.
"With all the talk of the Democrats intensifying their investigations in the house," the former official said it was important to note that "unlike Special Counsel Mueller, Congress and [DOJ Inspector General] no grand jury convened and can not prosecute. " If Müller could not find an arrangement or conspiracy with any investigative instrument, what do the Democrats expect?
Some Conservatives argued that Democrats should be put on the control of Hillary Clinton because of their contacts with foreigners The Democratic National Committee (DNC) hired the company Fusion GPS, the former spy of Britsh, Christopher Steele , commissioned to create an anti-Trump dossier that justified the FBI's surveillance as a top trump helper and boosted the Russia probe – even as text messages received exclusively this week by Fox News showed that the DOJ apparently voiced "repeated" concerns that Steele, whose views on Trump are now widely known, is politically biased.
The Trump consultant, Carter Page, was not charged with any wrongdoing, even though the FBI initially claimed he was have conspired with Russians.
On Sunday, GOP MP Jim Jordan from Ohio said the Mueller report will be publicly disclosed All relevant documents should also be published – including the full application for oversight of foreign intelligence surveillance (FISA).
"We requested that this information be published a long time ago," Jordan said in a television interview.
In a look of confidence, Trump waved and waved the fans to the fans as he returned to his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida on Saturday. The entertainer Kid Rock later uploaded a photo of his golf trip with Trump earlier.
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. On Sunday morning, Trump broke an unusual hour-long silence from Twitter, simply writing, "Good morning, have a nice day!"
He added a few minutes later: "MAKE AMERICA BIG AGAIN!"
Fox News & # 39; Jake Gibson from the Justice Department and Chris Wallace contributed to this report.