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The Mueller Report - Complete Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election - cover

The Mueller Report - Complete Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election

Robert S. Mueller, Special Counsel's Office U.S. Department of Justice

Publisher: Madison & Adams Press

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Summary

The long awaited Muller Report is finally published and made available to the public. 
The results of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation provide answers to questions that caught the attention of the entire American public. Since the first evidence of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election came up, the Democratic public has raised suspicion in President Trump's involvement. 
The special counsel was appointed to examine these allegations and to determine the fact regarding the biggest political scandal in the recent American history. 
On April 18, 2019, a redacted version of the Muller report was released to Congress and the public. In this report Robert Muller presented his findings regarding the Russian interference interfere in the 2016 United States presidential election, allegations of conspiracy or coordination between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russia, and allegations of obstruction of justice.
Contents:
The Special Counsel's Investigation 
Russian "Active Measures" Social Media Campaign
Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations 
Russian Government Links to and Contacts With the Trump Campaign 
Prosecution and Declination Decision
Executive Summary to Volume II 
Background Legal and Evidentiary Principles 
Factual Results Of The Obstruction Investigation 
Legal Defenses to the Application of Obstruction-Of-Justice Statutes To The President

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