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Mueller says “investigation is complete,” will “resign” as special counsel

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller has finally spoken publicly about his finding in the Russia collusion report.

“Our investigation is complete,” said Mueller

Mueller, who made his remarks at the Department of Justice, stated that he is resigning as special counsel, and that the Justice Department is “formally closing the special counsel’s office,” adding that he will not testify before congress.

With all the talk that the House Judiciary Committee would subpoena him to testify before congress, Mueller stated, “the report is my testimony,” adding that it would be inappropriate to comment further “beyond” what he said today.

Mueller deliberately said that his findings did not find sufficient evidence of wrongdoing by President Trump.

“Charging the president with a crime was not an option we could consider.”- Robert Mueller

Expect the calls for impeachment to increase with Mueller’s statement that there wasn’t enough evidence to go after Trump. Mueller also did not say that Attorney General William Barr’s summary of the report was inaccurate.

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