By reading this koob, you will discover the main findings and conclusions of the Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election, more famously known as the Mueller Report.
You will also discover:
The difference between collusion and conspiracy, and why this played a crucial role in the investigation.
The ties linking Trump’s campaign to Russia and the ten episodes where Mueller believed there could potentially be obstruction of justice.
Affirmations from Mueller that Trump did, at many points, try to shut down the investigation itself—this failed specifically because Trump's own aides refused to participate in efforts to obstruct justice.
Trump’s 2019 presidential campaign chair, Paul Manafort, and his deputy, Rick Gates, were charged and found guilty of conspiracy against the United States.
Inaccuracies were reported by the White House, even by press secretary Sarah Sanders. There were many instances in which stories were changed and statements turned out to be inaccurate.
The reasons underlying Mueller’s final decision to decline any charges against Trump.
The Washington Post edition of the Mueller Report analyzes key takeaways of the 440+ page investigation that very few people have in fact read. While it highlights that a “deeply unflattering picture” of Trump was painted, it acknowledges that Trump himself was not accused of criminal activity. How is this possible?