Müller ‘ s report on Russia investigation: What happened after it is dropped?

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller ended his long-standing Russia-study in the March — and the legislators on Capitol Hill were eager to provide its final report to the public.

To urge the house of representatives unanimously (420-0) in March 14 in favor of a resolution to attorney General William Barr, to release Miller’s full report to Congress and the country for the sake of “transparency.”

The probe was intended to study Russian electoral interference, and whether or not President Trump campaign, in cooperation with Russian officials in the election of 2016 — and, as fees for various former trump campaign associates, although there is no direct connection with the consultation.

Trump called the investigation “illegal” and “conflict,” argues Müller should never have been appointed and was in the first place.


“THIS SHOULD NEVER HAPPEN, A PRESIDENT AGAIN!” Trump called in a tweet after the statement, “consultation” was a pretext invented by the Democrats, after Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential elections.

Here is a look at what happened after Mueller fell at last, the long-awaited files, the magic of his findings.

Müller presented his report to Barr

If the investigation — which began in may of 2017 — completed, Müller, first of all, its final report published at the Barr, in the framework of the special counsel since he took office in February.

“At the conclusion of the Special Counsel’s work, or you submit to the attorney General with a confidential report, the prosecution or declination decisions of the Special Counsel,” Cornell Law School, explains in a blog post with the Details of the regulations.


During the entire two-year probe, Mueller was also required to identify all documents that detail all of the threat of law enforcement or witness interviews, in addition to other actions.

Barr reviewed the documents

Attorney General William Barr, the first to receive the official copy of the Müller ‘ s report.
(AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

It was up to Barr, to how much information would see Congress.

He was obliged to say, members of Congress, why Müller decided to end the investigation, but he is not obliged by law, all documents, paperwork, according to The New York Times.

Barr redacted information, which he is not accused of inappropriate or harmful to the character of a person, if he or she was a crime. Classified information the grand jury items and closed-door testimony was protected.

In a February letter to Barr, Democratic leaders, Trumpf argued that its status should, fall under the categories of protection.

“I also believe it is very important that the public and the Congress on the results of the special counsel’s work.”

— William Barr

“Although we have the guidelines of the Department to acknowledge that we remain sensitive to the privacy and reputational interests of persons not prosecuted, feel that it is necessary, in order to the particular danger of tax at source evidence of misconduct on the part of President of the Trump of the competent committees,” wrote the lawmakers.

During his hearing, Barr said he would as transparent as possible, while following Federal laws.

“I also believe it is very important that the public and the Congress on the results of the special counsel’s work,” he told the Senate Judiciary Committee in January, and added that he believed that Muller would be on a “witch hunt.”

Congress received Barr summary of the report,Video

Once Barr sifted through the long report — what took days to read completely, he gave the legislature a summary.

He published the “most important results” of the probe in a four-page letter to Capitol Hill lawmakers, stating definitely, that Miller was no evidence to establish that Trump the team, or all employees of the Trumpf had a campaign, conspiring to pivot with Russia, to support the 2016-election”, in spite of several offers from the Russian-associated persons, the Trump campaign.”

Although Müller pointed out that his report does not “exonerate” Trump on disability, Barr wrote the “report, no further charges recommends that the Special Council seek sealed indictments that are yet to be made public.”


“No arrangements, No obstacle, a Complete and Total RELIEF,” Trump later wrote on Twitter. “KEEP AMERICA GREAT!”

Many legislators were dissatisfied with the document-Barr-provided, called for the hearings of the search for further information.

“It will be a legal battle,” Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., the probability commented that the legislature has tried to seek confidential information from the report, according to USA Today.

The public has a view on the report

The public was able to get its first detailed look at Müller’s bombshell report in mid-April.

Barr released the 448-page “limited” redacted document, after a brief interpretation of the results.

The big takeaway, according to Barr, was that there was no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign, and Russia. However, the report has also noted that, while it is not committed to conclude Trump is a crime, he dismisses formally “” him.

But there were some important details Barr-preview, the constituents and the legislators alike were eager to learn more about it, especially Trump in dialogue with the campaign partners and the Problem of the obstruction of justice.

Here are some highlights from the report.

To witness Müller

According to a subpoena, Miller agreed to testify on his findings before the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees on July 17.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman, Gregg Re, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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