After months of anticipation, we finally got our first glimpse of special counsel Robert Mueller's report.
The nearly two-year investigation found no proof that Trump's campaign criminally colluded with Russia in its efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election, but it reached no conclusion about whether Trump himself obstructed justice, Attorney General William Barr told Congress on Sunday.
Mueller found no conspiracy during his exhaustive investigation of Russia's efforts to disrupt the last election "despite multiple offers from Russia-affiliated individuals to assist the Trump campaign," according to Barr's summary.
But when it came to the second key question Mueller was tasked with exploring — whether President Donald Trump engaged in obstruction of justice — the report was inconclusive.
Mueller wrote that “while this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him," according to Barr's summary.
However, Trump had his own interpretation of Barr's report and tweeted a short time after its release, "Complete and Total EXONERATION."
So what does it all mean and where do things stand now?
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