Attorney General William Barr announced Thursday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report concluded that neither President Trump nor anyone in his campaign helped with "Russian government [efforts] to interfere in our election process."
"We now know that the Russian operatives who perpetrated these schemes did not have the cooperation of President Trump or the Trump campaign," Barr said during the press conference ahead of the release of the public report.
Democrats have remained skeptical of Barr's press conference, claiming that it is an effort to spin the report a final time before the redacted copy is released.
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