The white house celebrates the release of the Mueller report-summary: ‘NO COLLUSION!’

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Special Report host Bret Baier reacts to William Barr summary of the Mueller report.

Trump administration officials reacted with jubilation on Sunday after the Attorney General William Barr, the “main findings” of the Special Counsel, to Robert Mueller’s investigation of the allegations published, the members of the Trump – 2016-campaign in cooperation with Russian officials.

According to Barr, the special counsel investigation “does not find that the Trump campaign, or anyone connected with him, conspired, or in coordination with the government of Russia” or Russia-associated organisations in either “misinformation and social media activities” or “computer-hacking-operations is used for the collection and dissemination of information to influence the [2016] election.”

In his letter, Barr added that he and the Deputy state attorney Rod Rosenstein had not concluded that the evidence collected from Muller – investigator “is sufficient to establish that the President committed obstruction of justice is punishable by law.”

White House Director of Social Media, Dan Scavino was respond first to the news, tweeting: “As we already knew, NO COLLUSION! Nothing is different from what President @realDonaldTrump has to say for the last TWO YEARS!!!”


Scavino was quickly followed by White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, said in a statement: “The Special Council was no collusion and no disability. Attorney General Barr and assistant Attorney General [Rod] Rosenstein, closer determined it was not a obstruction [of justice]. The results of the Department of Justice are a total and full discharge to the President of the United States.”

President Trump had no immediate reaction to the news.

This is a developing story; check back for more updates.

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