The Mueller Report: Presented with Related Materials by The Washington Post

The Mueller Report Presented with Related Materials by The Washington Post The only book with exclusive analysis by the Pulitzer Prize winning staff of The Washington Post and the most complete and authoritative available Read the findings of the Special Counsel s in

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  • The only book with exclusive analysis by the Pulitzer Prize winning staff of The Washington Post, and the most complete and authoritative available.Read the findings of the Special Counsel s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, complete with accompanying analysis by the Post reporters who ve covered the story from the beginning This edition from T The only book with exclusive analysis by the Pulitzer Prize winning staff of The Washington Post, and the most complete and authoritative available.Read the findings of the Special Counsel s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, complete with accompanying analysis by the Post reporters who ve covered the story from the beginning This edition from The Washington Post Scribner contains The long awaited Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election An introduction by The Washington Post titled A President, a Prosecutor, and the Protection of American Democracy A timeline of the major events of the Special Counsel s investigation from May 2017, when Robert Mueller was appointed, to the report s delivery A guide to individuals involved, including in the Special Counsel s Office, the Department of Justice, the FBI, the Trump Campaign, the White House, the Trump legal defense team, and the Russians Key documents in the Special Counsel s investigation, including filings pertaining to General Michael T Flynn, Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen, Roger Stone, and the Russian internet operation in St Petersburg Each document is introduced and explained by Washington Post reporters One of the most urgent and important investigations ever conducted, the Mueller inquiry focuses on Donald Trump, his presidential campaign, and Russian interference in the 2016 election, and draws on the testimony of dozens of witnesses and the work of some of the country s most seasoned prosecutors The special counsel s investigation looms as a turning point in American history The Mueller Report is essential reading for all citizens concerned about the fate of the presidency and the future of our democracy Get A Copy Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisIndigoBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Paperback, 728 pages Published April 30th 2019 by Scribner first published April 20th 2019 More Details Original Title The Mueller Report Presented with Related Materials by The Washington Post ISBN 1982129735 ISBN13 9781982129736 Edition Language English Other Editions 10 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail Edit Details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about The Mueller Report, please sign up Popular Answered Questions This is available online in pdf format right I am downloading it now 2 likeslike 4 months ago See all 3 answers Becky I was able to get the Washington Post edition from my library I actually read some of the report online because the print in the book edition was I was able to get the Washington Post edition from my library I actually read some of the report online because the print in the book edition was VERY small less flag See all 3 questions about The Mueller Report Lists with This Book Books About, By or Involving Donald Trump 376 books 55 voters History Published in Year 2019 197 books 39 voters More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 4.35 Rating details 1,364 ratings 371 reviews All LanguagesEnglish 365 More filters Sort order May 15, 2019 Bill Kerwin rated it really liked it Shelves politics, true crime, conspiracy, spies intrigue, 21st c amer, history Okay, so I ve read The Mueller Report, every blessed word, including the footnotes, the appendices, the speaking indictments, Trump s written answers to Mueller s list of questions, and all the supplementary materials included in this helpful edition issued by The Washington Post Then I thought about it for almost a week Here are my conclusions.Yes, yes, yes on all three counts Interference, Interference, Interference Collusion, Collusion, Collusion And Obstruction, Obstruction, Obstructio Okay, so I ve read The Mueller Report, every blessed word, including the footnotes, the appendices, the speaking indictments, Trump s written answers to Mueller s list of questions, and all the supplementary materials included in this helpful edition issued by The Washington Post Then I thought about it for almost a week Here are my conclusions.Yes, yes, yes on all three counts Interference, Interference, Interference Collusion, Collusion, Collusion And Obstruction, Obstruction, Obstruction What is , almost all of the obstruction was instigated or personally executed by President Donald J Trump continually, maliciously, actionably in a myriad of ways.First of all, interference in the 2016 election The Russian government interfered in what the report deems a sweeping and systematic fashion in two principal ways 1 by hacking into computer systems hosted by Democrats DNC, DCCC, Hillary for America , leaking damaging Democrat emails at crucial moments in the campaign, and penetrating state and county computer election systems Illinois and Florida , and 2 by disguising themselves as Americans and manipulating social media Facebook, Twitter, Instagram in order at first to damage Hillary s presidential prospects and later to help elect Donald J Trump The hacking was done by the GRU the Russian equivalent of our CIA and the media manipulation by the IRA International Research Agency , a company owned and operated by Russian oligarch Yevgeniy Prighozhin, a multimillionaire restauranteur and caterer sometimes known as Putin s Chef So did all this Russian help win Trump the presidency There are too many variables to say for certain, but the election was close Hillary would be president today if a mere 107,000 Trump voters in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania would have just stayed home , and the Russians were good at what they did they exploited America s racial, economic and cultural divisions, worked hard to suppress the black vote, and specifically targeted the crucial swing states that tipped the election toward Trump.And collusion Lots of collusion Russians continually reach out to Trump s people, and Trump s people obliging reach back For example, on August 2nd, 2016, Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and his assistant Robert Gates met with Konstantin Kilimnik a former Russian intelligence agent with close ties to Putin s friend the oligarch Deripaska at Manhattan s posh cigar bar The Club Havana There they discussed the internal campaign polling data that Gates, instructed by Manafort, had been sending Kilimnik for the last three months, emphasizing the importance of the battleground states Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Minnesota Hmm Manafort sends swing state polling data to Russia, Russia targets swing states on social media Sure sounds like collusion to me The kind of collusion indicated above, however, is not what Mueller was looking for Collusion, as the report is careful to point out, is not a legal term What Mueller was searching for instead was the evidence of a criminal conspiracy, and for that you must be able to prove coordination an actual agreement, whether tacit or expressed between the Russians and the Trump campaign Although I believe the above encounter between Manafort and Kilimnik implies this sort of coordination, and certainly led me to infer that it existed, it could not be used in a court of law to prove a count of criminal conspiracy And that goes for Donald Jr in the Trump Tower meeting, Carter Page in Moscow, and Pappadopolous in London too.Also, it is only fair to say that none of these incidences of collusion can explicitly be tied to President Trump Not only is there no proof he instigated them, but there is not even any evidence that he knew about them beforehand There is, though, sufficient reason to suspect that if Trump instigated collusion or had any foreknowledge of it, we would still not be able to discover any evidence because of the way Trump has persistently, blatantly, unethically obstructed every legitimate attempt to examine his conduct from mid January 2017 up to the present day. Volume II where Mueller treats obstruction of justice is clearly the most damning section of the report From Trump s initial cover up of the Flynn affair through his termination of FBI director Comey his attempts to force McGahn to fire special counsel Robert Mueller his scheme to limit the scope of the special counsel s investigation by excluding all past events including Russian tampering and concentrating exclusively on future elections his personal concoction of a false adoption cover story to account for the dirt on Hillary Trump Tower meeting his efforts to force Attorney General Sessions to unrecuse himself and take charge of the investigation his attempts to force McGahn to lie about Trump s attempts to force McGahn to fire Mueller his efforts, personally and through his lawyers, to induce Cohen to lie before Congess up to his continual efforts to dangle pardons before Manafort and Cohen, followed by threats against Cohen and his family All of this complete with footnotes has an persuasive cumulative effect I believe the following excerpt from the Mueller report communicates the president s state of mind W hen Sessions told the president that a Special Counsel had been appointed, the President slumped back in his chair and said, Oh my God This is terrible This is the end of my Presidency I m fucked The president clearly acts like a guilty man, and, in his attempts to keep his crimes hidden, he has committed and continues to commit other crimes in plain sight each a clear, actionable instance of obstruction of justice.Mueller makes all this clear in Volume II At least it s clear to me If you wish to learn Mueller s rationale for not making a traditional prosecutorial judgment, I ll let you explore the Special Counsel s fine legal reasoning for yourself But I will share with you Robert Mueller s last words on the matter I f we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the President clearly did not commit obstruction of justice, we would so state Based on the facts and the applicable legal standards, we are unable to reach that judgment Accordingly, while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him. So what s next I don t know The rest is up to Congress Or, failing that, the American electorate in the year 2020.I must admit, though, that the following questions continue to haunt me What is Donald Trump so afraid of What exactly is it that he is so determined to hide flag 259 likesLike see review View all 42 comments May 05, 2019 karen marked it as to read my copy arrived damaged it was like every third word was blacked out very poor quality control am awaiting replacement.UPDATE replacement copy arrived with the same printing error how embarrassing why would anyone be satisfied reading only half of a story will get from library.UPDATE library copy same thing it is SHOCKING that THIS TERRIBLE PRINTING ERROR is being allowed to JUST SIT THERE, SMUGLY it is SHAMEFUL shouldn t there be outrage about THIS TERRIBLE PRINTING ERROR CA my copy arrived damaged it was like every third word was blacked out very poor quality control am awaiting replacement.UPDATE replacement copy arrived with the same printing error how embarrassing why would anyone be satisfied reading only half of a story will get from library.UPDATE library copy same thing it is SHOCKING that THIS TERRIBLE PRINTING ERROR is being allowed to JUST SIT THERE, SMUGLY it is SHAMEFUL shouldn t there be outrage about THIS TERRIBLE PRINTING ERROR CAN WE NOT RECALL THIS TERRIBLE PRINTING ERROR and get A NEW, FRESH COPY i don t even need a 100% pristine book with zero typos or factual errors, just one that is A LITTLE LESS FLAWED so i don t have to feel so lousy about myself, as a reader we need to do better about PRINTING BOOKS going forward otherwise, is going to be like and then we ll be e to my blog flag 153 likesLike see review View all 33 comments Apr 18, 2019 Zander Willoughby rated it liked it Author refused to make up his mind on important plot points flag 96 likesLike see review Jun 04, 2019 Ij rated it really liked it Shelves kindle, politics, history, 2019, american history, non fiction, presidents I read the Washington Post s presentation of The Mueller Report This edition included introduction and commentary by reporters, Rosalind S Helderman and Matt Zapotosky The actual Justice Department provided report includes color coded redactions throughout This was dry but interesting reading and think the reporters did a fair job in their commentary flag 55 likesLike see review View all 8 comments Apr 22, 2019 Greg Brozeit rated it really liked it Shelves american history, politics and policy Obviously, I did not read this volume since it is not out yet But I spent the weekend reading a pdf of the report, which is available from a number of sources Not sure I will ever feel clean again.No need to go into an analysis or rehash parts of it There are plenty of reputable sources, the one I tend to agree with most is Mehdi Hasan, one of the very few journalists left in DC American based broadcast media One of the most quoted passages is when Individual 1 exclaims, I am fucked w Obviously, I did not read this volume since it is not out yet But I spent the weekend reading a pdf of the report, which is available from a number of sources Not sure I will ever feel clean again.No need to go into an analysis or rehash parts of it There are plenty of reputable sources, the one I tend to agree with most is Mehdi Hasan, one of the very few journalists left in DC American based broadcast media One of the most quoted passages is when Individual 1 exclaims, I am fucked when he learned of the opening of the Mueller probe I beg to differ It is we, Americans and citizens around the world who value democracy, transparency in government, and honest discourse who are fucked.Until Republicans admit that their party has veered to enable fascist behavior and start to put their country above the party, we are fucked Until Democrats quit equivocating about whether the duty to begin impeachment proceedings is dictated by the Constitution or by political expediency, which is always timid, we are fucked And until his most devoted followers, who have devolved into a cult, quit basing their political views on various shades of resentment, racism, and xenophobia, take off the blinders that maintain their opinions, we are fucked.The biggest lesson I learned is how Individual 1 is not seems incapable of interpreting anything that happens anywhere as being about anything but him His willful ignorance of history, tradition, decency, and the Constitution literally comes through on every page of the report That kind of stupidity in the presidency may well end the American experiment forever.Perhaps the best summation of how fucked we are came in a tweet from actress Patricia Arquette Take away for the day You can get impeached for lying about a blowjob but not for meeting with foreign spies multiple times who are actively working to overthrow our free elections got it That s basically the best pr cis of the Mueller Report I ve yet seen flag 41 likesLike see review View all 13 comments Jun 19, 2019 Hadrian added it Shelves law, russia, usa, nonfiction The Mueller report was delivered to the United States Department of Justice on March 22, 2019, and a redacted version was published on April 18th Volume I covers the possibility of a criminal conspiracy between the Trump presidential campaign and the Russian government The Russian government, in a sweeping and systematic fashion vol 1, pg 1 interfered in the U.S presidential election by spreading disinformation over social media and through the theft of campaign materials from the Clint The Mueller report was delivered to the United States Department of Justice on March 22, 2019, and a redacted version was published on April 18th Volume I covers the possibility of a criminal conspiracy between the Trump presidential campaign and the Russian government The Russian government, in a sweeping and systematic fashion vol 1, pg 1 interfered in the U.S presidential election by spreading disinformation over social media and through the theft of campaign materials from the Clinton campaign office The conclusion of this volume seems to be clear While the Russian government perceived it would benefit from a Trump presidency and worked to secure that outcome , and that the Trump campaign, in turn expected it would benefit electorally from information stolen and released , the investigation did not establish that Trump campaign members conspired or coordinated with the Russian government vol 1, pg 1 2 Volume II, on obstruction of justice, is complicated While Volume II follows the long standing opinion of the Department of Justice that Mueller did not have the legal authority to charge Trump, vol 2, pg 1 , and as such does not render a prosecution s judgment on obstruction of justice The Attorney General Barr and former Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein ruled that this conduct did not constitute obstruction of justice However, the report does state that Congress does possess the legal authority to apply the obstruction laws and on the principle that no person is above the law vol 2, pg 8.That said, Volume II presents a story of a shifty, secretive, and at times incompetent administration Cohen, Trump s lawyer, once misses out on a foreign contact by mistyping an email address , and throws the door open on a nest of corruption from the man at the top to networks and organizations at the bottom Trump, of course, says it is either proof of his innocence or bullshit , depending on who he s speaking to at the time He flails about at the process of governance, yet he has the ability to bewitch the 24 hour news cycle and intoxicate the general public He has not yet committed a political mistake or moral atrocity as serious as those made by George W Bush, and that is a very low bar , but the mass internment on the southern border, disregard for environmental policy, as well as the ratcheting tensions with Iran, are cause for worry In power and in his plots, he resembles the deal breaking businessman that the people of New York and Atlantic City often despise He uses the law as a blunt instrument for his own ends, suing opponents and getting away with settlements to avoid further punishment He has the mark of a used car salesman The Russian government also seems to have gotten a raw deal out of it The Senate has passed further sanctions against their leadership, many of the government s most prominent foreign allies Venezuela and Syria are still in a state of crisis or near disintegration, leading to the suffering of their people, and over a hundred of their mercenaries were killed by the USAF in Syria The U.S government nor the world has hardly been captured by that weak, groveling Trump we saw in Helsinki.The report is thorough and it is intriguing It adheres to the principles of the law, and it is clear reading But it is not a final answer The report on Russian governmental methods and intelligence gathering, for example, is heavily redacted The section on obstruction of justice portrays Trump as not a mastermind, but a mob boss suspicious of anyone who wears a wire, yet less willing to jettison those who draw his ire Collusion is at times stopped when his own staffers interfere or obstruct his worst impulses Disasters have many causes Take Chernobyl, which many of us now are armchair experts on from the HBO series It occurred because of the perfect storm of the flawed test design, the Soviet quota system on energy production, the flaws of the RBMK reactor, and the government coverup of those flows, and the insufficient Soviet industrial base which led them to produce the RBMK If those factors were changed, the disaster would not have happened the same way Think of Trump s election in a similar manner It was not the all powerful Russian government which inflicted this on the American people, but a concatenation of the Clinton campaign s political mistakes, the tendency of the electoral college to overrepresent rural states, the Trump campaign s willingness to cooperate, the theft of Clinton campaign material, lousy economic conditions in the Midwest, and so creating a perfect storm Political divisions in this country existed long before social media or Russian propaganda.Yet Trump repeats lines right out of Russian state media, or even some old saws from the Soviet era I would like very much to hear about his real state deals in Georgia, Russia, or Kazakhstan A serious investigation into his businesses or a serious prosecution of white collar crimes in general could provide as disastrous to his family as recessive alleles were to the Habsburgs His connections to, indeed his open admiration of, Russia were an open secret during the campaign Either Tim McCarthy or Paul Ryan said as early as June 2016 that there were two people that Putin pays either Rohrabacher Republican Orange County or Trump I remember in Fire and Fury, Bannon remarked about it, in what might have been a confession or ass covering The whole affair has produced its own share of conspiracy theories Take QAnon the belief among some fringe Trump supporters that Mueller was secretly investigating the Clinton campaign, Hollywood, and George Soros as part of a child trafficking conspiracy set in a pizza parlor That is perhaps the most ridiculous one But the second one, which is less pronounced but still a serious bug is that Russia alone is responsible for all of the ills of Trump This cannot do America s problems were here long before 2016, and they may persist after Vladimir Putin has nothing but the five and a half feet of earth in his grave I suspect this belief in a powerful Russia may be part of a long standing focus from the political and military establishment against the Soviet Union which lingers from the Cold War While the Soviet Union was powerful, it did not could not command everything It was not responsible, for example, for poor roads in Michigan Russia today is not even that powerful, and indeed faces serious domestic issues Their economy is barely the size of Spain, their population is in freefall from the long standing decay of the healthcare system, low birth rate, endemic drug abuse, HIV, etc etc A fifteen year old Russian may expect to live as long as a fifteen year old Haitian and Vladimir Putin, is mortal, as all authoritarians are They have oil, a trillion in foreign currency reserves, and nukes And for all Putin s claims of national rejuvenation and religious faith, millions would prefer to leave.Trump is a lesson and a warning He has cast a light on those legal failings, personal prejudices, and institutional failures which led to his election The United States, and I mean this in the best and worst ways, is a stubborn bitch Worse crises have happened before and in transformative moments or the darkest points in American history, there are still people who have opposed them and strove for what is good It is still just and right to oppose the corrupt and defend the defenseless within American society That, I hope, is what we can learn from all this flag 38 likesLike see review View all 4 comments May 20, 2019 Chaunceton Bird rated it it was amazing The report itself is nearly 400 pages long, but it s pretty readable Robert Mueller and his team write clearly and thoroughly It is a wonderful thing to live in the United States and have access to these types of high level reports on investigations into the highest level of our government This edition is great, it has an informing introduction to orient the reader, and it follows the report with an article juxtaposing the lives of Mueller and Trump Overall, this is a report I would recommen The report itself is nearly 400 pages long, but it s pretty readable Robert Mueller and his team write clearly and thoroughly It is a wonderful thing to live in the United States and have access to these types of high level reports on investigations into the highest level of our government This edition is great, it has an informing introduction to orient the reader, and it follows the report with an article juxtaposing the lives of Mueller and Trump Overall, this is a report I would recommend to everybody, and this is the edition I d recommend flag 28 likesLike see review May 26, 2019 Raymond rated it it was amazing Shelves five stars The Russian government interfered in the 2016 presidential election in sweeping and systematic fashion Volume 1 Our investigation found multiple acts by the President that were capable of exerting undue influence over law enforcement investigations, including the Russian interference and obstruction investigations The incidents were often carried out through one on one meetings in which the President sought to use his official power outside of usual channels The President s efforts to i The Russian government interfered in the 2016 presidential election in sweeping and systematic fashion Volume 1 Our investigation found multiple acts by the President that were capable of exerting undue influence over law enforcement investigations, including the Russian interference and obstruction investigations The incidents were often carried out through one on one meetings in which the President sought to use his official power outside of usual channels The President s efforts to influence the investigation were mostly unsuccessful but that is largely because the persons who surrounded the President declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests Volume 2 Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team have finished their investigation after indicting 34 people 26 of whom were Russians and getting 7 guilty pleas They have also submitted a report of over 400 pages Volume 1 chronicles how the Russian government interfered in the election as well as the connections between the Trump campaign and Russia Volume 2 covers the potential acts of obstruction by the President of United States in response to the Russian investigation Below I provide a review of each volume and then discuss my overall thoughts of the report In Volume 1, the Mueller team goes into detail on how the Russians interfered in the election First, by a social media campaign and second by hacking into the computers of Democratic campaign workers and Clinton staffers and releasing the hacked material to the public I was fascinated to learn, in the social media section, that around 126 million U.S Facebook accounts and about 1.4 million U.S Twitter accounts were in contact with Russian accounts The Russian s social media strategy consisted of posting political messages with the intent of dividing voters so that they would likely support Trump and Sanders during the Dem primary and less likely to support Clinton The investigation identified multiple contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia during and after the election season e.g Trump Tower Moscow Project, planning for a potential Trump and Putin meeting before the election, the infamous Trump Tower meeting, Manafort and Kilimnik meetings, poll data sharing, etc It is important to say that the investigation did not find evidence of coordination conspiracy between Russians and the Trump campaign but it is very concerning that members of the Trump campaign were open to receiving potentially damaging information from the Russians Lastly, one question that still remains for me is why did former Trump campaign officials lie about their contacts with Russia Several people would not be in legal trouble today if they had not lied to Congress or the Special Counsel s office.Volume 2, ultimately does not find whether or not the President obstructed justice Instead the report lays out numerous incidents where the President may have obstructed justice The report shows various contradictory statements by the President that were confirmed to be false by other members of his Administration One of the most disconcerting aspects of Volume 2 is the fact that so many individuals felt uncomfortable when the president directed them to do something that would potentially influence the investigation e.g Richard Ledgett s account on page 56 of Vol 2 was the most eye opening to me Also is seems like everybody Comey, McGahn, Priebus, Rogers and Ledgett, Lewandowski, etc was taking notes on their interactions with the President What does it mean when people feel so strongly that they have to take contemporaneous notes about these interactions The last 22 pages of Volume 2 provide a legal seminar on the definition of obstruction Mueller s office gives a legal rationale for why Congress can pass laws redefining obstruction so that controversial acts that do not involve official conduct by the President are applicable and will not intrude on the President s ability to take care that the laws are faithfully executed Based off of my reading of the report there is evidence of episodes where Trump did and episodes where he did not obstruct justice Mueller s office decided not to indict or make a determination on obstruction because of the Office of Legal Counsel s guidelines that a sitting president can not be indicted.Overall, Mueller s team has put together an impressive record of what did and did not happen in the 2016 election and the first two years of the Trump administration as it relates to the Russia investigation Mueller and his team have provided a great service to this country by uncovering the truth using detailed analysis and by confirming prior news reports and echoing books such as Woodward s Fear Trump in the White House and Comey s A Higher Loyalty Truth, Lies, and Leadership flag 28 likesLike see review View all 16 comments May 04, 2019 Mary rated it it was amazing This book has the strange distinction of being a bestseller that apparently no one bothers to actually read Perhaps folks are intimidated by the number of pages or they think they ve heard it all before Please put those doubts aside and READ THIS REPORT Even with all the redactions it is fascinating, well organized, clearly written, and, most surprising to me, a real page turner flag 25 likesLike see review View 2 comments May 25, 2019 Louise rated it it was amazing Shelves law, us politics The US press has done a great job If you have been following the story The Mueller Report will provide background and detail for everything you already know This 2 volume book and its appendices will serve as a reference document for many years to come Volume 1 is a choppy read It is a flood of facts told in episodes that are usually about the acts of individuals who were in contact with Russians Unlike Volume 2 as below there is almost no discussion of the potential criminalty of an The US press has done a great job If you have been following the story The Mueller Report will provide background and detail for everything you already know This 2 volume book and its appendices will serve as a reference document for many years to come Volume 1 is a choppy read It is a flood of facts told in episodes that are usually about the acts of individuals who were in contact with Russians Unlike Volume 2 as below there is almost no discussion of the potential criminalty of any of these acts An example is Paul Manafort s sharing of polling data How is this not either a conspiracy with a foreign power or a prelude to an in kind campaign donation Another example is the detail on how the Republican platform plank on the Ukraine was changed The story just hangs with no explanation of why, which would have and should have led to a discussion of how a foreign power influenced the campaign These are two of many examples.Volume 2, by contrast, is very clear It details the acts of obstruction and then tests each against the legal definition of the 1 obstructive act 2 the nexus for a public hearing and 3 an intent to obstruct There is discussion of both legislative histories and judicial interpretation that pertain to each act Issues such as pardons, separation of powers, a prosecutorial argument for a broad interpretation of terms, and legal definitions of terms are given.The investigation is far from over There are many redactions for ongoing matters Appendix D lists 11 transferred and 14 referred matters only 3 cases were completed.Since so much has been written about this here are a few of my observations The JDA joint defense agreement seems like formalized witness tampering Witnesses consult to coordinate their stories.Less than a page was given to the breach of state and local election systems Only 2 states Fl MI are named No machines were examined I cannot imagine any method, ongoing matter or privacy issue that overrides the public s right to know which systems these are and specifically how they were breached Three states had very narrow margins how do we know their 80,000 votes total were not due to machine tampering Why is this not not getting attention I have to wonder if this is at the heart of the cover up.It is still not clear to me what Michael Flynn knows that Trump extended himself towards him so much to protect His treatment by both Trump and the prosecutors stands in great contrast to that of Michael Cohen.Approximately 5 hours after Trump s Russia if you are listening statement, the hack of HRC s personal email began.This is the first time I ve seen the Trump Tower Moscow deal in dollars It does not appear Trump would put up any money For the use of his name he d get between 1 5% of all condominium sales 3% of rentals and other revenue 3 4% of the gross, an incentive of 20% of gross operating profits and a 4 million up front fee It seems that Michael Cohen is acting on his own for this and not much is getting done The project has been under discussion for years and no site has been selected It looks like a no risk annuity that Putin dangles before Trump and may explain the president s fawning behavior towards Putin for his own purposes.The report shows that Julian Assange is clearly not a journalist The report derails how he coordinated his releases to damage the Democrats and actively promoted the theory that Seth Rich hacked the Democrats which he knew to be false.Almost all of Trump s terse answers which are typically shorter than the questions to Muller s questions begin with or include I don t recall The volume could live without the Washington Post commentary The Introduction s first sentence sets a tone for WP s contribution by saying that the investigation was born of the president s rage True or not, this type of rhetoric does not match the purpose or the weight of this important work flag 17 likesLike see review View all 6 comments Apr 19, 2019 Nospin rated it it was amazing review of another edition This is a great release of the Mueller investigation as it includes full background and cast of characters and timelines which are exceedingly useful to refer to.The report itself is exceedingly well done and amply referenced It lands on Congress for next steps.I personally think he proved enough on Jr and Manafort working as Campaign Manager while passing campaign data to Russian after changing Ukraine policy at convention seems enough of a conspiracy to me There s a lot of other interactions This is a great release of the Mueller investigation as it includes full background and cast of characters and timelines which are exceedingly useful to refer to.The report itself is exceedingly well done and amply referenced It lands on Congress for next steps.I personally think he proved enough on Jr and Manafort working as Campaign Manager while passing campaign data to Russian after changing Ukraine policy at convention seems enough of a conspiracy to me There s a lot of other interactions between Trump s campaign and Russians shown throughout and in detail flag 16 likesLike see review Apr 20, 2019 Bettie rated it it was amazing Explore a detailed view of the Mueller report The Axios Visuals team pored over the Mueller report and categorized each passage of the text to note what events, people, organization and places are mentioned We ended up categorizing over 2,500 bits of text, and found over 400 unique entities How it works Want to see how many times former White House counsel Don McGahn pops up Or the part where Mueller tosses the ball to Congress Use the search tool and you can find anything you need This is Explore a detailed view of the Mueller report The Axios Visuals team pored over the Mueller report and categorized each passage of the text to note what events, people, organization and places are mentioned We ended up categorizing over 2,500 bits of text, and found over 400 unique entities How it works Want to see how many times former White House counsel Don McGahn pops up Or the part where Mueller tosses the ball to Congress Use the search tool and you can find anything you need This is a wonderful tool Randy Rainbow Song Parody flag 14 likesLike see review View 1 comment Jul 07, 2019 Stuart added it Shelves necessary but upsetting There is far too much that is redacted, but even with major parts of the story blacked out, the story told here is clear The Russian government engaged in a large scale disinformation and hacking campaign to disrupt America s 2016 election As the election developed, they used their resources to back Trump Trump welcomed their interference There isn t enough evidence yet to charge Trump and his team with criminal conspiracy, but partly that s because members of that team lied and used encry There is far too much that is redacted, but even with major parts of the story blacked out, the story told here is clear The Russian government engaged in a large scale disinformation and hacking campaign to disrupt America s 2016 election As the election developed, they used their resources to back Trump Trump welcomed their interference There isn t enough evidence yet to charge Trump and his team with criminal conspiracy, but partly that s because members of that team lied and used encrypted messaging in their interactions with Russian officials There is plenty of evidence of Trump criminally obstructing the investigation into Trump s team s cooperation with Russia, but the Mueller Report declines to either recommend or not recommend any legal action be taken This report is, in its just the facts approach, a scathing indictment of Russia s election interference and Trump s team s cover up of any crime they committed to work with Russia What the report doesn t say but is clear is that given the razor thin margin of Trump s victory, the Russians were successful They helped to give Trump his victory The report doesn t say outright that we have a criminal president because such a statement would be, in Robert Mueller s view, beyond his team s legal mission, but the evidence it shows clearly indicates that Donald Trump is a criminal If after reading this report you don t conclude that Donald Trump is both an illegitimate president and an unindicted felon, English must not be a language you understand well What are we doing about Trump taking office with Russian help and criminally covering up any cooperation with Russia Nothing America is broken flag 12 likesLike see review Apr 18, 2019 Josh Tandy added it Could have used an editor Lot of Russian names, hard to keep track flag 12 likesLike see review Apr 18, 2019 Lisa rated it it was amazing Everyone needs to read The Mueller Report flag 12 likesLike see review Jun 23, 2019 Sandi rated it it was amazing Below is a summary of what I read I tried to be as unbiased as possible.Volume IVolume I investigated Russia s interference in the 2016 election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as well as whether there was evidence that met the legal definition of a criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russian government Collusion was not examined as it is not a crime There is overwhelming and undisputed evidence of Russia s interference in the election to hurt Hillary Clinton and Below is a summary of what I read I tried to be as unbiased as possible.Volume IVolume I investigated Russia s interference in the 2016 election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as well as whether there was evidence that met the legal definition of a criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russian government Collusion was not examined as it is not a crime There is overwhelming and undisputed evidence of Russia s interference in the election to hurt Hillary Clinton and, later, to benefit Donald Trump This includes a covert and far reaching social media campaign where Russian operatives posed as American citizens to organize grassroots events, shape public options, and purchase advertising that would hurt Hillary Clinton s campaign and form a negative narrative about her This social media campaign reached many millions of people The Russian interference campaign also included the hacking of DNC emails and the hacking of email accounts belonging to members of Hillary Clinton s election campaign These emails were later released by Wikileaks at strategic times to do the maximum damage to Hillary Clinton s campaign.The special counsel did not find evidence that met the legal definition of a criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russian government Some media speculation of their coordination was likely overblown However, on many occasions, the Trump campaign was open and receptive to Russian overtures for election help This includes multiple meetings between high profile campaign representives and Kremlin operatives including the infamous Trump Tower meeting which included Trump s son, son in law, and campaign manager who were there for the express purpose of seeking dirt on Hillary Clinton from Russia This also included Trump publicly asking Russia to find Hillary Clinton s emails which was followed by attempted hacks by Russia the same day Despite these interactions with Russia, Donald Trump and his sons publicly lied about not only their interactions with Russia, but also mocked those that said Russia was interfering in the campaign.Further, Trump was convinced that Hillary Clinton s server had been hacked and personally ordered campaign aides to find private emails which he planned to make public Trump adviser Roger Stone communicated regularly with Wikileaks and informed Trump about upcoming hacked email releases hacked by Russia before they were public Trump was gleeful in response When the hacked emails came out, he reported their findings multiple times daily at campaign rallies and in media interviews Despite all of this, the special counsel did not find there to be a criminal conspiracy and also reflected on 1st Amendment rights when deciding against deeming this a criminal conspiracy.Volume IIThe Mueller Report outlines a comprehensive, and seemingly overwhelming case for obstruction of justice At every possible turn, Donald Trump sought to impede the investigation and protect his own interests 1 Trump used social media, interviews, and private pressure to get the Attorney General to unrecuse himself in order to protect him When Trump was unsuccessful in doing so, he ultimately fired him and replaced him with an AG that he felt would end the investigation.2 Trump threatened witnesses and dangled pardons to protect himself He even went so far as to publicly call witnesses rats and threaten prosecution of their family members He praised witnesses that remained loyal and refused to cooperate.3 Trump launched a public and private campaign to get the AG to prosecute Hillary Clinton as well as members of the FBI who criticized him and opened investigations of him.4 Trump tried very hard to fire the special counsel and was only unsuccessful because people refused to carry out his orders.5 Trump refused to testify and told many lies in his written statement.6 Trump tried to get the FBI Director to let Flynn go.7 Trump fired the FBI director and publicly stated that it was due to the Russia investigation He told Russian officials in the White House that firing Comey relieved a great pressure He has not denied this.The Mueller report expressly states that the sole reason Trump was not charged with a crime is his position as president If it were not DOJ policy against charging a sitting president, it can be implied that Donald Trump would have been charged with Obstruction of Justice.Presidential PowersSome notes on the unique powers of the president if he is under investigation Unlike any other individual in the United States of America, the president has unique and far reaching powers that protect him if he is under investigation These include control over the Department of Justice control over the Attorney General who ultimately decides whether a crime has been commited He may replace the AG at any time if he so chooses control over the Special Counsel who he may fire at will control over the FBI Director who he can fire at will power of the pardon the ability to pardon witnesses executive privilege that means he can decline to make information available at any time power over the judicial branch and the ability to choose judges who he deems favorable influence power given his position and his ability to shape public opinion and ultimately, freedom from being charged with a crime due to DOJ policy against charging a sitting president flag 12 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Apr 21, 2019 Daniel S rated it it was amazing The Mueller Report reads like All the President s Men meets the Keystone Cops While the Special Counsel ultimately concludes that no one in the Trump Campaign conspired with Russian agents during the 2016 election, it certainly wasn t for lack of trying Time and time again, members and affiliates of the Trump Campaign reached out to Russian connections to try to obtain information that could be used against Hillary Clinton They ultimately never succeeded, because at the end of the day, they w The Mueller Report reads like All the President s Men meets the Keystone Cops While the Special Counsel ultimately concludes that no one in the Trump Campaign conspired with Russian agents during the 2016 election, it certainly wasn t for lack of trying Time and time again, members and affiliates of the Trump Campaign reached out to Russian connections to try to obtain information that could be used against Hillary Clinton They ultimately never succeeded, because at the end of the day, they were simply too incompetent to collude.The most damning section of the report is Volume II, which discusses President Trump s numerous efforts to obstruct the investigation The Special Counsel ultimately decided not to accuse the president of a crime simply because as a matter of constitutional law, the Special Counsel did not believe he was allowed to do so.Nevertheless, a fair reading of Volume II can only support one conclusion The President of the United States is a pathological liar who repeatedly attempted to thwart the investigation The President demands loyalty from those around him, but it is not loyalty to any office or any set of values The kind of loyalty the President demands is personal loyalty The image that emerges from the Mueller Report is that of a president who has no concept of the value of truth He rewards those who lie on his behalf and punishes those who refuse Ironically, those who protected the president from his own worst impulses by refusing to carry out his orders are the ones the president has fired or forced to resign The he surrounds himself with people whose loyalty to Trump exceeds every other personal value, the he exposes himself to future prosecution once he is out of office.If anything, the Mueller Report is warning that we are quickly approaching the Mad King stage of the Trump Presidency flag 9 likesLike see review Jul 15, 2019 Kasa Cotugno rated it really liked it Shelves subj trump era, audio, genre history I shut it down after spending an entire day reading the audio version, only to see that Kelly Ann Conway is ignoring a subpoena on 45 s orders I was mad before I m incandescent now And I m off to read something cheerful flag 8 likesLike see review View 1 comment May 17, 2019 Claudia rated it it was amazing Shelves nonfiction, 2019 challenge 150 books, individual 1 Tough to read, because the intended audience is NOT causal readersthis is a legal document with all the dryness and focus on details Even so, I interacted with the text, reading actively with my stickies and pencil I may have written a bad word or so in the marginsIf Individual One and his campaign didn t collude not a real word in law or conspire, it s because they were too stupid They were a bunch of Keystone Kops, looking potential leaders up on LinkedIn and Twitter They googled b Tough to read, because the intended audience is NOT causal readersthis is a legal document with all the dryness and focus on details Even so, I interacted with the text, reading actively with my stickies and pencil I may have written a bad word or so in the marginsIf Individual One and his campaign didn t collude not a real word in law or conspire, it s because they were too stupid They were a bunch of Keystone Kops, looking potential leaders up on LinkedIn and Twitter They googled because they were so ignorant of how to run a campaign Volume two lays out all the ways the Campaign and Individual One subverted justice and the intent of the law Time and againthe pattern of this administration is to demand loyalty and to do whatever Individual One wantshe truly wants his whims to be law.This edition has the full text of answers supposedly under oath that Individual One wroteor took dictation, or let Rudy just fill in the blanks for him Over thirty times the man who brags about having a wonderful memory, wrote some variation of I don t remember This administration is a horrorAnd nothing has improved flag 8 likesLike see review Apr 25, 2019 Budd Margolis rated it it was amazing Shelves usa politics and society I do not expect many to change their minds by this thorough, professional and intense investigation but this document is a vital step towards restoring the American belief in justice for all Special counsel Robert Mueller has had a most distinguished career as a decorated soldier and public servant ending his career as head of the FBI What the report does is archive evidence and avoids traps which would prolong endless litigation He was curtailed but navigated and the redactions which amount I do not expect many to change their minds by this thorough, professional and intense investigation but this document is a vital step towards restoring the American belief in justice for all Special counsel Robert Mueller has had a most distinguished career as a decorated soldier and public servant ending his career as head of the FBI What the report does is archive evidence and avoids traps which would prolong endless litigation He was curtailed but navigated and the redactions which amount to 7.25% and mostly deal with the Russian investigation, among 14 ongoing investigations, shows the depth of the corruption which Trump encouraged if not directed himself The Trump organisation is shown to be like a mafia of idiots who created much of their own problems Why Trump continues to deny Russia had anything to do with influencing the campaign continues to be a mystery as Volume One of the report clearly spells out the evidence and conspirators proving the nexus or link to Trump is, at this time, hard Much of the Mueller report is written in legalise and code it seems The report states it was impossible to prove the Presidents innocence Volume 2 deals with the obstruction of justice issues which point precisely at the President The investigation is historic in scope, charges, arrests convictions which indicate the level of corruption the Trump campaign and WH team reached Those who believe this investigation was politically motivated are in a world of delusional deception Mueller in possibly his last posting, defended our constitution with great clarity, intellect, honour and integrity I believe he deserves the medal of honour Reading this in an ebook format makes it easy to check the thousands of references and to capture highlights It is not a simple read and a week later we are still finding hidden gems It is a legal work and the Wash Post adds much material which really provides a clear picture of the terms, personalities, laws and circumstances which have consumed the past 2 years flag 7 likesLike see review Apr 24, 2019 BDT rated it liked it It s difficult to evaluate this fairly due to all of the hype and politicization of the issue Take this review with a grain of salt.While a tremendous wealth of information, much of it appears to be out of context or misleading This could be because it IS misleading, or because critical comments in redacted sections inform further details.Other sections are quite repetitive you will have Trump Tower Moscow tattooed on your brain by the end of the reading.Some sections are solid nuggets of It s difficult to evaluate this fairly due to all of the hype and politicization of the issue Take this review with a grain of salt.While a tremendous wealth of information, much of it appears to be out of context or misleading This could be because it IS misleading, or because critical comments in redacted sections inform further details.Other sections are quite repetitive you will have Trump Tower Moscow tattooed on your brain by the end of the reading.Some sections are solid nuggets of narrative particularly those relating to the conduct of specific individuals The specific subsections dedicated to them tend to be cleanly written than others.I also wish that the writers had spent time clearly defining what evidence of each criminal charge would entail what qualifies, what does not Though they briefly go over this via legal jargon, it is not thoroughly unpacked Hence, it is extremely difficult to draw an informed and agreeable conclusion despite the wealth of evidence.The real concern is that the Report s readers will likely fall victim to confirmation bias by applying the evidence and narrative to fit their preconceived notions Due to the sheer length of the Report, as well as the diversity of topics covered, there are few safeguards to such a separation of viewpoints flag 7 likesLike see review Jul 23, 2019 Bryan Craig rated it really liked it Shelves politics This is required reading It s important to set aside President Trump and AG William Barr s assessment here and read this Underneath the legalese, readers will find there is something here.Mueller s audience is not to the American people or Congress, but to the DOJ Also, Mueller is a lawyer himself, so his style is setting up a legal argument It makes it a tough read at times, but the message still remains important not to ignore.The Russians interfered with our election Clearly Also, he do This is required reading It s important to set aside President Trump and AG William Barr s assessment here and read this Underneath the legalese, readers will find there is something here.Mueller s audience is not to the American people or Congress, but to the DOJ Also, Mueller is a lawyer himself, so his style is setting up a legal argument It makes it a tough read at times, but the message still remains important not to ignore.The Russians interfered with our election Clearly Also, he does not exonerate the president in his conduct, and readers will see what actions Trump and his team did This is just one quote that gets lost in the media Our investigation found multiple acts by the President that were capable of exerting undue influence over law enforcement investigations, including the Russian interference and obstruction investigations 419 flag 7 likesLike see review View 2 comments May 29, 2019 Adam Brill rated it really liked it Bob Mueller is an anticlimactic narc We ve spent too much time fixating on whether Trump is guilty and not enough time being like holy shit the Russians systematically spread misinformation and there s literally nothing in place to stop them from doing it again ok I m done with political posting flag 6 likesLike see review View 1 comment May 08, 2019 Laura L rated it really liked it Please read or listen to this report Even with the redactions it is terrifying and damning.It s available for free on Audible flag 6 likesLike see review May 18, 2019 Suzanne Zeitouni rated it really liked it Shelves non fiction Could have been a 5 if the juiciest parts weren t blacked out Seriously, read the report flag 5 likesLike see review May 01, 2019 Kate rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves nonfiction This report is divided into two parts, first part is collusion, second part is obstruction The collusion part details attempts made by Russians ostensibly to influence American voters via Twitter and Facebook Hillary s emails also play a role in this, as the report indicates the Russians promised the Trump campaign access to her emails The obstruction part describes how Trump allegedly tried to influence those who knew about his contact and business dealings with Russia during the 2016 camp This report is divided into two parts, first part is collusion, second part is obstruction The collusion part details attempts made by Russians ostensibly to influence American voters via Twitter and Facebook Hillary s emails also play a role in this, as the report indicates the Russians promised the Trump campaign access to her emails The obstruction part describes how Trump allegedly tried to influence those who knew about his contact and business dealings with Russia during the 2016 campaign The conclusion states that there isn t enough evidence to say obstruction happened, but that Trump can t be exonerated right now, either.Some sections and pages are redacted, and obviously the situation is ongoing and changes daily So, I just wanted to briefly summarize the report as it is currently As for my own opinions on all this, I d rather leave that out for now I m skeptical of everyone in politics and media Everybody on the left and right has an agenda, and there s misinformation constantly being pumped out of every media outlet If you re interested in this report, it s worth a read, but keep in mind that it s inconclusive flag 5 likesLike see review Apr 20, 2019 Gregg rated it liked it It s okay Somebody blacked out all the important plot points, but it still holds up flag 5 likesLike see review Jul 04, 2019 Thomas rated it liked it Shelves politics, current affairs Russia interefered with US elections Yeah, okay, we knew that The Trump campaign accepted assistance from a foreign adversary, even if they didn t solicit it No matter, because know that our elections are swayed far by corporate influence than they are by foreign meddlers anyway This isn t okay, but it doesn t bother us we call it free speech It s interesting that we weren t prepared for this foreign interference though and still aren t, apparently because we interfere with Russia interefered with US elections Yeah, okay, we knew that The Trump campaign accepted assistance from a foreign adversary, even if they didn t solicit it No matter, because know that our elections are swayed far by corporate influence than they are by foreign meddlers anyway This isn t okay, but it doesn t bother us we call it free speech It s interesting that we weren t prepared for this foreign interference though and still aren t, apparently because we interfere with other countries elections all the time Sometimes we even engage in regime change We should know how this works It s also no grand revelation that Trump is a liar All politicians spin the facts, redraw context, frame events to favor their point of view Only Trump fictionalizes reality in such a brazenly infantile manner that the Executive is now indistinguishable from a third rate reality show Did he attempt to interfere with a pending federal judicial proceeding Of course he did His attempt was only thwarted by the adults in the room Sessions, McGahn, Rosenstein who knew that if they did his bidding they would themselves eventually end up in federal prison Which is presumably where Trump is going, if he doesn t outrun the statute of limitations by surviving the next election That Mueller must pussyfoot around the corpus delecti is what is most disappointing here He ends his report with a lengthy dissection of the obstruction statute and the personal immunity of the President from criminal prosecution It s not Mueller s fault that the law has no teeth here, but it s discouraging the Constitution grants the President immense power, for good or evil This power was granted to prevent, in de Toqueville s estimation, the tyranny of the legislature What we have now, 160 years after Democracy in America, is an example of this balance a Legislature that is powerless over a President who doesn t respect the rule of law flag 4 likesLike see review Jun 10, 2019 Rosemarie Donzanti rated it really liked it I decided to tackle the Mueller report because I wanted to formulate my own opinions about the investigation and the findings recommendations Relying on the media, especially single source interpretations of the data, is confusing, frustrating and self serving If you decide to read, I recommend first reading the chapter intros, summaries, and recommendations The detail between these are great references but very detailed and extremely repetitive I did dive into the detail but I am going to g I decided to tackle the Mueller report because I wanted to formulate my own opinions about the investigation and the findings recommendations Relying on the media, especially single source interpretations of the data, is confusing, frustrating and self serving If you decide to read, I recommend first reading the chapter intros, summaries, and recommendations The detail between these are great references but very detailed and extremely repetitive I did dive into the detail but I am going to go back and just focus on the higher level information What did I get out of the report A foundation for formulating my own opinions on what I hear going forward I ask a lot of questions when someone is telling or retelling a story because knowing if something in the telling is fact or opinion is so important Both matter but it is critical to know the difference A final thoughtwhatever you want to believe can be validated by reading the report, regardless of your political leanings The IRA later used social media accounts and interest groups to sow discord in the U.S political system through what it termed information warfare Facebook estimated the IRA reached as many as 126 million persons through its Facebook accounts In January 2018, Twitter announced that it had identified 3,814 IRA controlled Twitter accounts and notified approximately 1.4 million people Twitter believed may have been in contact with an IRA controlled account The Washington Post, The Mueller Report flag 4 likesLike see review Jun 29, 2019 Zardoz rated it really liked it After having various news sources try to explain to me what was in the Mueller report I decided to bite the bullet and read it.Volume I summary Yes Putin tried to influence the election through social media and hacking of DNC emails that were released by the Russians and wiki leaks.Yes the Russians tried to create communication channels with Trump No proof of any Collusion.Volume II summary Trump didn t like the Special Counsel and did try to fire him He pressured people to lie for him So, After having various news sources try to explain to me what was in the Mueller report I decided to bite the bullet and read it.Volume I summary Yes Putin tried to influence the election through social media and hacking of DNC emails that were released by the Russians and wiki leaks.Yes the Russians tried to create communication channels with Trump No proof of any Collusion.Volume II summary Trump didn t like the Special Counsel and did try to fire him He pressured people to lie for him So, why no charge for this Because Mueller is a special counsel and cannot charge a president If he had been an Independent Counsel like Ken Starr he could have flag 4 likesLike see review previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next new topicDiscuss This Book topics posts views last activity Mueller Report Book Club 1 7 Jun 18, 2019 03 15PM More topics Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Genres Politics 86 users Nonfiction 69 users History 43 users Law 11 users See top shelves About The Washington Post The Washington Post 75 followers The Washington Post provides authoritative local, national and international news with reporting on politics, technology, business and culture offering readers and users entertainment and information they need to know, plus expert original commentary, insight and analysis, 365 days a year Books by The Washington Post More Trivia About The Mueller Repor 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