In case you're wondering what's in the Mueller report, after two years of deranged conspiracy-mongering about how Trump committed treason and stole an election that belonged to Hillary Clinton, the report was quietly dumped on a Friday afternoon in the middle of March Madness.— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) March 22, 2019
Robert Mueller Drops Report at 5PM on Friday... meaning he got nuthin— Warner Todd Huston (@warnerthuston) March 22, 2019
BREAKING: Robert Mueller's Special Counsel Report is Finally Done— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) March 22, 2019
The Mueller investigation lasted exactly 674 days.— Miranda Green (@mirandacgreen) March 22, 2019
The Mueller investigation was effective and served its purpose.— Melissa Mackenzie 🌐 (@MelissaTweets) March 22, 2019
1. It hamstrung Trump's presidency and gave the GOP cover to not fully support Trump's policies b/c of political uncertainty.
2. It hid good economic and other positive news narratives.
3. It channeled Dem loathing.
🚨🚨🚨NEW🚨🚨🚨— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) March 22, 2019
It's Over: Mueller submits final report on Russia investigation to Attorney General https://t.co/AGEeVyqfxh
Mueller report: special counsel ends investigation - CNNPolitics https://t.co/Mt5m2rdJQT— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) March 22, 2019
Robert Mueller has submitted his report on Trump and Russia to AG William Barr, who will decide how much of it to release to Congress and the public https://t.co/74XOwVdJx2— Roll Call (@rollcall) March 22, 2019
READ: DOJ letter to Congress announcing end of Mueller probe https://t.co/waCku6DTMc— Matthew Sheffield (@mattsheffield) March 22, 2019
Under the regulations used to appoint Mueller, Barr is required to tell Congress if DOJ leaders refused any requests by Mueller to take specific actions.— POLITICO (@politico) March 22, 2019
However, Barr said there were "no such instances during the Special Counsel’s investigation."https://t.co/YgUh36CgZV
Letter from Barr to Congress.— Jeff Carlson (@themarketswork) March 22, 2019
It's over. The Left is going to melt. I'm excited.
What's great is that both sides of Congress are calling for the report's release.
Watch for Dems to suddenly pin their hopes on the SDNY. pic.twitter.com/X2MO8E97Pw
First WH response to notification on Mueller Report: https://t.co/fvn3dUkH4U— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) March 22, 2019
BTW, not possible to say anything about conclusions, but can now be said that Trump did not fire Mueller, which was the topic of endless hours of media speculation.— Byron York (@ByronYork) March 22, 2019
Caught On Camera: CNN Panelists Forced To Admit Mueller Report Is...— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) March 23, 2019
The Mueller investigation is complete and this is a simple fact that will never go away: not one single American was charged, indicted or convicted for conspiring with Russia to influence the 2016 election - not even a low-level volunteer. The number is zero.— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) March 22, 2019
When sent to Congress, Mueller report will go to Nadler/Collins in House, Graham/Feinstein in Senate. Members anxious to get report before leaks start. If leaks happen before report arrives on Hill, angry lawmakers. And of course, arrival on Hill is when leaks really begin.— Byron York (@ByronYork) March 22, 2019
I'll end with this for tonight:— Brian Cates (@drawandstrike) March 23, 2019
The huge glaring hole in the entire 'Trump/Russia' narrative is HOW did that FISA warrant get approved if none of the *'verified' evidence* they supposedly had verfied led to any charges? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/TfHv5e2nod