President Donald Trump claims 'total exoneration' with Mueller report

Trump declares'complete exoneration after Mueller report finds no collusion

Trump declares'complete exoneration after Mueller report finds no collusion

In blue-state NY, 49-year-old filmmaker Dan Lee of Brooklyn Heights felt let down by Mueller and left with more questions than answers.

There was a sense of relief and vindication in the Trump camp at the outcome of an investigation that had hung over the administration for nearly two years, casting doubts on its legitimacy. "It's a shame that our country had to go through this".

Mr Mueller said he would leave it to the Attorney-General to decide whether a crime was committed. Democratic politicians are demanding a full look at Mueller's findings and dismissing Barr's summary as incomplete, at best, and biased, at worst.

"We don't want to see simply crib notes, we don't want to see an outline, we don't want to see an executive summary", he told CBS's "Face the Nation" program before Sunday afternoon's release of the Barr letter. Mueller's full report has not yet been released to Congress or the public; Congress voted 420-0 that the Justice Department release the report to them in full. The president's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, implicated him in campaign finance violations when he pleaded guilty past year. Just last week, he was immersed in a odd fight with a dead man, sharply criticizing the late Republican Senator John McCain and falsely accusing him of being at the root of some of the collusion allegations against him.

The Kremlin on Monday said President Vladimir Putin was ready to improve ties with the United States following the release of Barr's summary and called on the United States to formally recognise there was no collusion between Russian Federation and Trump's campaign. Despite Trump's claim of total exoneration, Mueller did not draw a conclusion one way or the other on whether he sought to stifle the Russian Federation investigation through his actions including the firing of then-FBI director James Comey.

A day after the attorney general said the report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller found Trump's campaign did not conspire with Russia, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said: "We will begin to unpack the other side of the story".

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Although the Justice Department's summary rules out any conspiracy with Russian Federation by the Trump campaign and associates, it leaves uncertainty over the question of obstruction of justice.

Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, called the decision "concerning" and said he'll ask Barr to testify before the panel in the near future.

Republican lawmakers have contended the Federal Bureau of Investigation made serious missteps when it sought the warrant to monitor Page in October 2016 shortly after he left the Trump campaign.

In all, Russian citizens interacted with at least 14 Trump associates during the campaign and presidential transition, according to public records and interviews. Federal prosecutors in NY, for instance, are investigating hush-money payments made to two women during the campaign who say they had sex with the president.

In Gaston County, North Carolina, Trump voters outnumbered Clinton backers almost two-to-one in 2016, but Joy Owens didn't budge from her opposition.

Thirty-four people, including six Trump aides and advisers, were charged in the investigation.

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat, tweeted that "The fact that Mueller's report does not exonerate the president on a charge as serious as obstruction of justice demonstrates how urgent it is that the full report & documentation be made public without any further delay".

On the other hand, Mr. Trump's freaky refusal to acknowledge the Russian interference, and his unceasing assaults on Mr. Mueller's investigation, are all the more confounding. Trump's own claim of complete exoneration "directly contradicts the words of Mr. Mueller and is not to be taken with any degree of credibility", they added. They appear to be suffering from several stages of grief at once: denial, certainly; anger; bargaining (maybe that equivocal reasoning about obstruction in the report really means Trump is guilty, guilty, guilty); depression; and maybe at the margins a little acceptance. Trump, Bauer asserts, launched an "all-out assault on" the U.S. Justice Department as well as "the special counsel and the Federal Bureau of Investigation"-although Trump "did not prevent Mr. Mueller from completing his investigation and reporting his conclusions".

Erick Tucker, an associated press writer, reports that an senior justice department official speaking under anonymity stated that Mueller had no input in the letter and was not consulted.

Mueller's report did not clear Trump of allegations that he could have committed a crime by attempting to obstruct the various investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election, but it stopped short of directly accusing the president.

The possibility of Trump's re-election has raised questions about whether that deadline could be tolled - suspended - for the duration of his presidency. According to court filings, the professor told Papadopoulos in April 2016 that the Russians held damaging information about Trump's opponent, Hillary Clinton, in the form of thousands of emails. "The President works for the people, and he is not above the law".

Barr's letter was summary of what he called the "principal conclusions" of Mueller's high-anticipated report on his investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow during the 2016 election and whether the president obstructed justice, among other things.

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