Special counsel Robert Mueller officially handed over his report on Russian election meddling to Attorney General William Bar Friday; with senior DOJ officials saying the document is “not recommending any further indictments.”
Watch Sean’s entire monologue from Friday after the report was turned over:
BREAKING NOW: Mueller Probe OVER, Special Counsel Submits Report to Attorney General Barr
After two-years of non-stop interviews, document reviews, and legal proceedings, CNBC is now reporting that Robert Mueller has officially ended his investigation into Russian collusion and submitted his report to Attorney General William Barr.
“Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday delivered a report to Attorney General William Barr on Russia’s election meddling and possible collusion with Donald Trump’s presidential campaign,” reports CNBC.
UPDATE: U.S. Special Counsel Mueller has sent Russia investigation report to Attorney General Barr – Justice Dept. spokeswoman pic.twitter.com/MV3ixmRhPE
— Reuters (@Reuters) March 22, 2019
“The handoff marks the long-anticipated end of the high-profile and highly guarded Russia probe nearly two years after it began in May 2017,” adds the report.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
Mueller's Attorney VISITED CLINTONS on Election Night
A senior attorney on special counsel Robert Mueller’s legal team has even more connections to the Clinton campaign than previously thought; attending Hillary’s election night soiree in New York City along with other senior aides, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Andrew Weissmann, described by the New York Times as Mueller’s “pit-bull,” allegedly attended the Clinton Campaign’s supposed victory party last November.
“Mr. Weissmann also attended Hillary Clinton’s election-night party at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York, according to people familiar with his attendance,” writes the Journal.
Earlier this week, government watchdog agency Judicial Watch released an email exchange between the attorney and acting Attorney General Sally Yates, praising her decision to rebuke President Trump’s initial travel ban.
“I am so proud. And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects,” he wrote in late January.
Weissmann’s anti-Trump bias, along with other senior officials scattered throughout the special counsel’s office, raises serious ethical and legal questions over Mueller’s probe into Russia-Trump collusion in the 2016 election.
On Thursday, the Wall Street Journal urged Robert Mueller to step-down from his position, citing a host of conflicts of interest and the recent revelations regarding anti-Trump political bias throughout the investigation.