Robert Mueller investigation finds no proof Trump’s campaign conspired with Russia

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The Attorney General released a summary of the report of Special Counsel Robert Meuller’s investigation over the weekend.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller found no proof that President Trump’s presidential campaign conspired with Russia, during the 2016 election.  

Attorney General William Barr released a summary, of some of the findings on Sunday.

Barr said that Mueller did not have sufficient evidence to prosecute or exonerate the President, for obstruction of justice.

The long-awaited end of the probe came almost two years after Mueller was appointed to investigate any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump.

Thirty-seven defendants, including six of President Trump’s associates, 26-Russians, and three Russian companies, were charged in the 22-month long investigation

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