The 11 biggest takeaways from the Mueller report
- The special counsel Robert Mueller's final report in the Russia investigation landed with a bang on Thursday, marking a dramatic inflection point in the nearly two-year FBI investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election.
- Mueller's work is complete, but as INSIDER has previously reported, there are dozens of ongoing threads and court cases that will continue well past the report's release.
- Still, the 448-page report - which was lightly redacted - revealed several key nuggets of information about Mueller's findings, contacts between President Donald Trump's associates and Russians, potential obstruction of justice, and multiple instances when Trump and those around him have lied to the public.
- Scroll down to read the 11 biggest takeaways from the Mueller report.
Thursday marked a dramatic inflection point in the FBI's nearly two-year investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 US election, whether members of President Donald Trump's campaign conspired with Moscow during the race, and whether Trump sought to obstruct justice after he learned of the investigation.
The Justice Department released a lightly redacted version of the special counsel Robert Mueller's final report in the investigation to Congress and the public on Thursday morning. The report's release caps Mueller's work as special counsel, but as INSIDER as previously reported - and as the report confirmed - there are still dozens of ongoing investigative threads and court cases connected to the Russia investigation that are unresolved.Still, the Mueller report, which totaled 448 pages, revealed several key pieces of information that shed light on Mueller's findings and potential wrongdoing by the president and those in his orbit: