Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller found no evidence that Donald Trump or people around him “conspired and coordinated with Russia efforts to influence the presidential elections in 2016”. This is stated in a letter that attorney General William Barr sent to the US Congress.
The special Prosecutor’s team identified two main ways in which Russia tried to influence the presidential election — the activities of the “Agency for Internet research” and hacker attacks. In the letter, Trump and members of his election headquarters had no relation neither to the one nor to the other.
On the completion of the investigation of special Prosecutor Robert Mueller became known on March 23. It began in May, 2017 — after the US President Donald Trump has sacked the head of the FBI James Komi. The appointment of the special Prosecutor was intended to ensure the independence of the investigation. Trump has repeatedly called the investigation a “witch hunt” and denied any connection to his election campaign with Russia.