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By Kayla LaRosa 3/14/2019

It has already become controversial. Attorney General William Barr allegedly did not confer with Robert Mueller when writing about the special counsel’s investigation findings. Barr’s report released today says no evidence of collusion was found between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia.

Barr’s report also said Mueller also did not have enough evidence to prosecute obstruction of justice, however, he did not exonerate the President.

 

President Trump tweeted today, “No Conclusion, No Obstruction, Complete and Total EXONERATION. KEEP AMERICA GREAT!”

 

New York Congressman Jerry Nadler who is also chair of the House Judiciary Committee has called it a lie that the President has been exonerated on obstruction of justice. Meanwhile, House Democrats are calling for the entire Mueller report to be released and are threatening to call the Special Counsel to testify on Capitol Hill.

 

The Special Counsel report was submitted to Attorney General William Barr yesterday after a two year long investigation.

 

Mueller and his team have no plans to issue any further indictments.