Trying to think of shortest way to say 'a two-year, non-obstructed investigation into something that didn't happen.' https://t.co/tcWZNXTpja— Byron York (@ByronYork) April 19, 2019
Now, the public has Mueller's 448-page report, and it tends to support the president's assessment.
In this sense: At its heart, the Trump-Russia probe was about one question: Did the Trump campaign conspire, coordinate, or collude with Russia to influence the 2016 election? Mueller has concluded that did not happen.... And now Mueller has determined there was no collusion. Not that there was no criminal collusion. Or no prove-beyond-a-reasonable-doubt collusion. Just no collusion. Mueller's report says it over and over and over again....
I think 'no collusion' is a reasonable shorthand to summarize the seven quotations below. Time after time, in specific instances and generally, Mueller couldn't establish collusion. So why object to 'no collusion'? You just believe it happened?https://t.co/q9BLeCnGop pic.twitter.com/xGan9vBViq— Byron York (@ByronYork) April 19, 2019
It’s Mueller Week, maybe Mueller Day. Will his report settle anything? Not when it’s so easy to move the goalposts. Link: Five arguments the Mueller report won’t settle. https://t.co/CpeeDJsDp7— Byron York (@ByronYork) April 15, 2019