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there was no collusion with the Russian there was no obstruction , it was a complete and total exoneration president Donald Trump claimed victory on Sunday after his Attorney General William Barr released a three and a half page summary of special counsel Robert Muller is report which concluded that there was no evidence that any official from the trump campaign knowingly conspired with Russia during the twenty sixteen election what is correspondent Andy Sullivan was at the department of justice this is a clear victory for president trump this investigation has been hanging over his head since shortly after he took office in the top one conclusion is that his campaign did not collude with Russia but the second question of whether trump instructed justice in these various investigations is one that's going to be more contentious in the days to weeks to come Barr says that mother seems to have found evidence of both to support in that case end to undercut it he presented that evidence to bar bar and his deputy rod Rosenstein says they made the determination that there's not enough evidence to justify obstruction of justice charges democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer disagree in a joint statement the house speaker and top Senate Democrats said quote Attorney General Barr's letter raises as many questions as it answers and said the bar is quote not a neutral observer and is not in a position to make objective determinations about the report Reuters correspondent Nathan lane a lot of Democrats immediately after this came out %HESITATION say that you know it took Muller about two years to come to these conclusions and it took bar about forty eight hours to decide that there was no %HESITATION case against trump for obstruction of justice that's too short of a time they say they're going to bring Attorney General Barr in for for questioning for testimony %HESITATION and it's clear that they're going to dig into the obstruction aspect of this Congress must step in to get the truth later on Sunday house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler again said that his committee will call on the Attorney General to , testify and demanded that the full Muller report and its underlying documentation be made public without any further delay