By PoliZette Staff | April 18, 2019

Attorney General Bill Barr stressed on Thursday morning during a press conference that neither Donald J. Trump nor any of his campaign associates took part in any collusion activities with the Russian government, according to the special counsel’s investigation.

He said the American people should be grateful for this.

“The special counsel found no collusion,” stressed Barr definitively.

Neither did it find any evidence of obstruction of justice after having reviewed at least 10 potential areas for that.

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“President Trump faced an unprecedented” inquiry, Barr also said, among other statements.

“So that’s the bottom line. After nearly two years,” added Barr, no evidence at all was found that Trump or any of his associates worked in collusion with Russians.

The Department of Justice, headed by Barr, will release on Thursday morning at 11 a.m., he said, a redacted version of the report filed after the nearly two-year-long special counsel investigation into potential collusion by the 2016 Trump campaign with Russian interests.

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The report on Thursday will be made available to Congress and to the public, the Justice Department had said this past Monday morning.

Mueller and his team spent nearly two years looking into possible crimes committed by the president or his associates, with a particular focus on whether or not they colluded with Russian interests during the presidential election of 2016.

Emphasized Barr on Thursday morning, “There was no collusion.”

Trump himself tweeted on Thursday morning the following message:

And see these other tweets as well:

Barr also said the report contains “limited redactions,” and that those redactions “have been clearly labeled” so that readers can see “which redactions” respond to which of the four key categories he’s identified.

The redactions were applied by Department of Justice attorneys.

President Trump is scheduled to preside at a wounded warriors’ event on Thursday morning at the White House and is likely to mention, in some form or another, the words of Barr this morning.

And see this earlier video:

This a breaking news piece; updates will follow.

This piece originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.

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