Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 election has finally been released. The report comes nearly two years after Mueller began his investigation, and states the special counsel’s office found no evidence President Trump or his associates colluded with the Russian government. It does not, however, come to a conclusion as to whether Mr. Trump obstructed justice.
The report also details numerous contacts between Russian officials and Trump aides. It concludes the Russian government thought it would benefit from a Trump victory, and carried out an aggressive attempt to affect the election.
You can read the full redacted report in the link below.
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