Specialist Robert Mueller's investigation into a possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign ended with the final report presented to the Department of Justice last Friday. In a letter released on Sunday, Attorney General William Barr publicly revealed the "main conclusions" and more about the investigations into the investigation.
Just a few months after the inauguration of President Trump, Mueller was appointed to the Special Representative's Office in May. 17 2017. Overall, it took nearly two years – 675 days, or one year, 10 months and six days, to be exact.
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In the investigation, it was determined that Trump and his campaign had worked illegally with Russia to influence the 201
The president on Sunday responded to Mueller's report in two different ways. In an interview with reporters Trump called the investigation "an illegal abolition, which failed".
He also tweeted: "No collusion, no hindrance, complete and total EXONERATION, KEEP AMERICA GREAT!" It was Trump's 78th Tweet re probe, except retweets.
A total of 19 lawyers worked at some point during the nearly two-year probe with the Office of the Special Representative, who spent $ 25.2 million between May 2017 and September 2018. Of this, $ 12.3 million was spent on direct expenditures, while $ 12.9 million was spent on "indirect" spending by the Department of Justice.
The Attorney's Office said that indirect expenditures do not represent additional tax expenditures since these resources – in particular, staff, such as FBI staff or other agencies, would have been devoted to other cases if no special investigation had been conducted.
During the investigation, at least 42 persons were interviewed by Müller or his team or testified before a large jury, and were 34 persons – in addition to three companies – either accused or related convicted with the probe.
Of the 34, 6, former advisors or collaborators of Trump, during 2 were not considered Trump advisers or collaborators. In addition, 26 Russians were charged.
Müller's office collaborated with a team of "about 40 FBI agents, intelligence analysts, forensic accountants, and other professional staff " during the investigation
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Ultimately, the Special Envoy received "more than 2,800 summons, nearly 500 search warrants, 230 orders for communications protocols, issued nearly 50 orders on the use of pen registers, submitted 13 applications to foreign governments for evidence, and interviewed  about 500 witnesses, "after Barr's letter.
On Friday evening, Mueller passed his report on to Barr, which marked the end of the politically explosive probe and the beginning of a new dispute over content and consequences.