The Mueller Report: What Does It All Mean?

Published on 25 Mar 2019, 21:52
After nearly two years of investigation, interviews and indictments, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's job is officially done. While his report has not been released to the public, Attorney General William Barr has released a summary, stating that Mueller did not find evidence that members of the Trump campaign conspired with Russia in the foreign government’s election interference activities. The summary also noted, however, that the report does not fully exonerate the President, as Mueller declined to rule either way on the question of whether Trump committed obstruction of justice. To decipher the impact — for the President, and for the American people — Jim Braude was joined by retired federal judge Nancy Gertner, now a professor at Harvard Law School; and commentator Jennifer Braceras of the conservative think tank Independent Women’s Forum.