The special counsel instead declined to determine whether the president had illegally attempted to shut down the investigation into him - and left it to Barr's Justice Department, which found there was not enough evidence to show obstruction of justice.
According to a senior White House official who spoke with the Washington Post, a "feeling of euphoria" overcame Trump staffers on Sunday, as they celebrated what they interpreted as a clean slate from the Mueller investigation. The attorney general cautioned that while Mueller's report "does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him" on obstruction of justice.
McConnell, noting that it took almost two years for Mueller to conduct his investigation, said: "It's not unreasonable to give the special counsel and the Justice Department just a little time to complete their review in a professional and responsible manner".
Sanders responded by saying that "the American people deserved better" and that "they didn't deserve for the election of this president to try to be taken down".
One thing that is pretty clear from this report however, is Mueller's statement that "the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities".
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With AirPower , the Cupertino giant said that a person could drop his iPhone , Apple Watch and AirPods on the charging pad . Some of these upgrades have been a long time coming, like the iPad mini and the iMac which have not been updated for years.
Rosenstein oversaw the day-to-day operations of the special counsel's work after then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from Russia-related matters.
Asked whether Trump would support release of the report, Sanders told NBC, "I don't think the president has any problem with it", but stressed the decision was up to Attorney General William Barr.
The Russian Foreign Ministry said that the "political motivation" of Mueller's investigation was obvious and called the report "a disgrace of American justice". But a careful reading of Barr's letter suggests that that may be wrong.
Nadler is expecting to receive "tens of thousands of documents" from 81 people and groups associated with the president, his administration, and his business empire as the Judiciary Committee probes allegations of obstruction of justice and corruption among Trump's inner circle. There was no obstruction.
The letter was hailed as a vindicating triumph by both Mr. Trump and his Republican allies in Congress.