Robert Mueller has finished his report into Russian collusion and people are not happy

A picture of Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump shaking hands

The investigation into alleged collusion between the Donald Trump administration and Russia has now ended. Robert Mueller has handed in his final report to the attorney general. Mueller was the special counsel in charge of the investigation. He has not recommended more indictments. And because of this, many people are not happy.

Stating the obvious

Glenn Greenwald took to Twitter as the news broke:

 

He pointed out the obvious:

He also highlighted that as recently as two weeks ago, MSNBC had a former CIA director on to talk about Russian collusion:

And as a result, he said, it doesn’t get much clearer than this:

Release the report

But for now, the report is confidential and not available to the public. Because of this, a number of politicians have called for its release. Bernie Sanders is one of them:

Presidential candidate Kamala Harris has also called for the full report to be made public:

Another presidential candidate, Beto O’Rourke, echoed Harris’s tweet:

Mueller didn’t deliver

But in spite of the news, some still consider Trump and his administration to be tools of Russia. Bill Maher, for example, thinks Trump is a traitor no matter what Mueller says:

Economist Robert Reich argued that there are lots of point Mueller doesn’t consider:

And he alleged that the president colluded with Russia anyway:

As previously reported by The Canary, Russiagate has already embarrassed the mainstream media and its pundits.

What next?

It is not known when or if Mueller will make his report public in spite of the calls to do so. But another tactic being considered is subpoenaing him to give evidence in front of congress. Adam Schiff, the chair of the House Intelligence Committee, has said that he would “subpoena Mueller” if he does not cooperate with them. Given this, don’t expect the controversy to end any time soon.

Featured image via The Kremlin

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