Mueller report gives no respite for Donald Trump

Mueller report gives no respite for Donald Trump

Even if these proven and alleged crimes didn't involve criminal activity by Trump personally, he would seem to have a clear interest in the outcomes of these investigations, both because of his sensitivity about the idea that Russian Federation assisted him and because of the narrative it created of a president surrounded by corruption. It revealed that Mueller would not seek any further indictments of members of the Trump campaign, and said that President Donald Trump did not obstruct justice.

Behar's remarks came in the wake of Attorney General William Barr released the "principal conclusions" of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's completed Russian Federation probe in a bombshell four-page letter to Capitol Hill lawmakers. In short, Trump surrounded himself with bumbling influence-peddlers who are all waiting in line for prison, but there was no master plan to rig an election because none of these people were smart enough to do it. "So why has the president repeatedly deferred to Vladimir Putin, who is an enemy, who waged an attack on our democracy?"

Still, Roger Stone got indicted for trafficking in the emails the Mueller report apparently concludes were hacked by the Russians. The conclusion should restore a measure of public confidence in our political system and the integrity of USA elections.

If Mueller did not find any impeachable offenses, Strother advised, Democrats should "accept it and move on".

The end of the collusion illusion should also cause the media to do some soul-searching about rushes to judgment.

King commended Mueller for conducting a "serious, careful and thorough investigation into the events surrounding foreign interference in the 2016 election". "They're the ones that stopped him".

Trump "has been absolved, vindicated, exonerated", given "complete vindication", he added. If you spent 10 minutes on Twitter this weekend you already know the answer to that. Next, it's time to prosecute the many violations of law that have been overlooked in our two-tiered justice system, provide basic constitutional law training to the self-important bureaucrats who claim to be defending the Constitution by subverting it, and take extreme measures against anyone found to have misled a court to spy on the Trump campaign.

On Sunday, CNN's Don Lemon said it was "a good thing" for the country that Robert Mueller's report into alleged interference in the 2016 election found no evidence of collusion between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russian Federation.

The scandal that has come to be called "collusion" had been substantiated, in other words, and all we awaited from Mueller was a final assessment of how deep it ran, and whether any of it constituted criminal activity... "We're going to see what happens, it's going to be very interesting... there was no collusion, there was no obstruction - everybody knows it". "I want the whole damn report", Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted. This doesn't really make any sense but it doesn't have to really.

For 675 long days and nights, Americans were held a captive audience to a $25 million dollar show trial derisively known as Russiagate, which ranks as one of the zaniest political circuses in United States history, sharing the accolades with the likes of Zippergate and Watergate.

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