So what have we learned?
- The report does clear Trump and his campaign of any collusion with Russia during the 2016 election
- But according to Mueller, Trump is not above obstruction of justice laws and Congress has the authority to investigate
- The report noted 10 instances where Trump took actions that could have been obstructive but did not make conclusions about them
- Trump reportedly said it was "the end of his presidency" after Mueller's appointment and wanted his counsel, Don McGahn to get rid of Mueller
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