Robert Mueller has not sufficiently discovered proof that Trump had made hindrances for the examination
US Attorney General William Barr said
US Special Counselor Robert Mueller has not sufficiently discovered proof that US President Donald Trump had made snags for the examination concerning his group's supposed intrigue with Russia amid the 2016 presidential crusade, US Attorney General William Barr said in a letter to the Congress, distributed by the US Department of Justice on Sunday.
"The Special Counsel thusly did not reach a determination - one way or the other - with respect to whether the analyzed direct comprised block.
Rather, for every one of the important activities examined, the report sets out proof on the two sides of the inquiry and leaves uncertain what the Special Counsel sees as 'troublesome issues' of law and actuality concerning whether the President's activities and expectation could be seen as block ... Agent Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and I have inferred that the proof created amid the Special Counsel's examination isn't adequate to build up that the President submitted an obstacle of-equity offense," the letter said.