The long-awaited Mueller report was finally released Thursday morning.
News outlets and anti-Trumpers are poring over the contents of the 448 page report as speculation runs wild over the redacted edits.
But President Donald Trump is unbothered by the release of the report. An hour before the report was released, Trump took a moment out of his busy schedule to troll Twitter users with a "Game Over" meme.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 18, 2019
The report contains Trump's handwritten responses to Mueller's questions.
The report disappointed Democrats and anti-Trumpers who believed Trump and his sons would be behind bars by now.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller, pictured right with former President Obama, left, and former FBI director James Comey, center, delivered his final report on the Russia collusion probe in March.
As part of Mueller's probe into possible collusion by Trump, he also investigated whether Trump committed obstruction by firing Comey.
The Mueller report contains at least 10 instances of possible obstruction that Attorney General William Barr says are nothing burgers.
But Democrats are expected to obsess over those incidences until the 2020 election and beyond.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-MA) was so upset over the lack of an indictment against Trump that he promised to subpoena Mueller to testify before the House Judiciary Committee.
The Associated Press reports that committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler has "invited" - not ordered - Mueller to appear to testify.
House speaker Nancy Pelosi says it is "more urgent than ever" that Mueller testifies before Congress about the question of obstruction.
She said AG Barr is involved in a "staggering public effort" by the Trump administration to put a positive face on special counsel Mueller's report.
The report is here.
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