Mueller Report analysis: What’s in it and what does it mean for Trump? | DW News

After an investigation lasting nearly two years, a heavily redacted version of US Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election has been made public by US Attorney General William Barr. It concluded there was insufficient evidence that President Trump’s campaign colluded with Moscow, but stopped short of clearing him of illegal obstruction of justice. As people pore over the 450-page document, President Trump say’s he’s been vindicated. Meanwhile, critics accuse the White House of trying to spin the report’s findings even before it was released and Democrats, including Nancy Pelosi, Elizabeth Warren and Jerry Nadler, were quick to weigh in.

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