"The game is over": Muller's report on "Russian intervention" was published
The US Department of Justice, with minor bills, released a report by Special Prosecutor Robert Muller on “Russian interference” in the 2016 elections. One of the main findings of the investigation was the lack of evidence of Donald Trump’s team links with the Russian Federation. At the same time, Washington continues to accuse Moscow of alleged attempts to influence the electoral processes in the United States. The publication of the report was welcomed by the host of the White House, but his political opponents consider it insufficient and call for Muller to be called to Congress as soon as possible. Experts believe that against the background of the upcoming presidential campaign of 2020, the internal political struggle in the United States could lead to a new round of “investigations” and punitive measures now by Trump against those who tried to impeach him.
US Attorney General William Barr on Thursday, April 18, unveiled a slightly censored version of the report on the results of the investigation of Special Prosecutor Robert Muller, devoted to "Russian interference" in the 2016 elections. The document was submitted to the legal committees of both chambers of Congress, and also published on the US Department of Justice website.