U.S. special investigator Mueller has completed his report to Russian interference in the elections of 2016. He had handed over his investigation results to the Minister of justice, Barr, according to the Ministry.
In Russia, the affair to US President Donald Trump has been handed over to the special investigator Robert Mueller his report to Minister of justice, William Barr. The Department reported in Washington.
assured The White house that it had not been informed about the submission of the much-anticipated final report in advance. "The next steps are for the Minister of justice Barr, and we expect the matter to take its course," said trump's spokeswoman, Sarah Sanders.
Barr announced that he was going to study the final report. He will consider which parts could be made to the Congress accessible, he wrote in a letter to the members. Perhaps he could leave them to get on the weekend, some of the conclusions. Details of the contents of Barr not called.
In connection with the investigation, 34 people were charged, six of them have for trump's campaign staff worked.
U.S. Department of justice, Minister Barr wants to check which parts could be made of the report to the Congress accessible.Three questions - than it answered
Mueller, who was already respected as longtime FBI boss cross-party support, was the suspicion of a Russian interference in the presidential election campaign in 2016. He had to investigate three questions: Has Russia tried to influence the U.S. election? This is true - despite the Russian denials, as proven. Open Mueller's answers to questions two and three: Has Trump even worked with Russia? And Trump has tried as President to obstruct justice in their investigations?
there are at least indications, most recently in the congressional hearing of trump's Ex-lawyer, Michael Cohen. So Cohen told under oath that Trump's upcoming WikiLeaks release of chopped Clinton-Mails was informed in advance about the before. In fact, a candidate Trump announced a short time later, at the end of July 2016, the supposedly prophetic sentence: "Russia, if you're listening to right now: hopefully you will be able to find Clinton's 30,000 missing E-Mails."
Whether and the extent to which Mueller has found in his investigation of the answers to the core questions of the order, is unclear. After all, he gave his report without raising a public accusation of a conspiracy between trump's campaign team and Russia, or because of obstruction of justice against the President. The latter would be a misconduct.