12 Facts From the Mueller Report That Trump Wants to Keep Quiet

Updated on June 12, 2019
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Official Portrait of Donald Trump and Robert Mueller
Official Portrait of Donald Trump and Robert Mueller

There are a lot of misconceptions about the Mueller Report due to the fact that Donald Trump and his supporters falsely claim that the report clears Trump and his campaign of any wrongdoing. In fact, it does quite the opposite. Much of the information in the Mueller Report is very damning toward Trump and his campaign.

Please don’t take my word for any of this. I encourage you to download the full Mueller Report and verify for yourself that everything in this article is accurate using the page numbers I've included.

1. Trump believed the Mueller investigation would destroy his presidency.

When Attorney General Jeff Sessions told President Trump that a Special Counsel had been appointed, the President slumped back in his chair and said, "Oh my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my Presidency. I'm fucked." Trump also told Sessions that “you were supposed to protect me.” (Mueller Report, Volume II, Page 78)

Trump’s obsessive fear of the investigation was also evident in his public statements for the entire 2 years that the Mueller investigation was going on. In addition to his constant whining about the investigation and repetition of “No collusion, no collusion”, he personally attacked Robert Mueller and the other investigators, falsely claiming they were “Trump haters” and that Mueller had a conflict of interest. Trump’s advisers told him that the alleged “conflicts of interest” by Mueller were meritless. (Volume II, page 4)

2. Russian interference in the election was far greater than most of us ever knew.

Russia used several different methods to interfere in the 2016 election. Volume I of the Mueller report includes many pages dedicated to discussing the efforts of the Internet Research Agency (IRA), based in St. Petersburg, Russia.

The report makes it clear that Russia was firmly committed to getting Trump elected president. An email to Donald Trump Jr. from the son of a Russian real estate developer stated that they wanted to meet with Trump to discuss incriminating information about Hillary Clinton as "part of Russia and its government 's support for Mr. Trump." The president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., responded to the offer by saying “I love it”. This resulted in the June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower in New York City. (Mueller Report, Volume I, page 110)

3. Russia engaged in “Information Warfare” to help the Trump campaign.

The Mueller Report says that Russia called their social media campaign “Information Warfare”. In addition to purchasing political advertisements on social media, Facebook identified 470 Russian-controlled Facebook accounts that collectively made 80,000 posts between January 2015 and August 2017. Facebook estimated the IRA reached as many as 126 million persons through its Facebook accounts.

In January 2018, Twitter announced that it had identified 3,814 Russian-controlled Twitter accounts and notified approximately 1.4 million people Twitter believed may have been in contact with an IRA-controlled account. (Volume I, pages 14–15)

4. Russia used excessive hacking of private servers to help Trump win.

Early in 2016, the Russian intelligence service hacked the emails of Clinton campaign volunteers and employees as well as the DNC. In May 2016 Trump campaign adviser, George Papadopoulos said that the Trump campaign received word from the Russian Government that they could assist the Trump campaign through the release of information damaging to Hillary Clinton. (Volume I, Page 1)

"Around the time that the DNC announced in mid-June 2016 the Russian government's role in hacking its network, the GRU (Russian Intelligence) began disseminating stolen materials through the fictitious online personas "DCLeaks" and "Guccifer 2.0." The GRU later released additional materials through the organization WikiLeaks." (Mueller Report, Volume I, Page 4)

Although Donald Trump claims he knew nothing of the Russian hacking, at a July 2016 news conference, he said, “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.” (Volume I, page 49)

5. Russians staged political rallies for Trump in the United States.

The Mueller Report states that Russians posed as US grassroots organizers to work with Trump supporters and Trump campaign officials to organize rallies. The investigation could not prove that these Trump campaign officials knew they were working with Russians. (Mueller Report, Executive Summary to Volume I, page 4)

6. Russia made direct offers of help to senior members of the Trump campaign.

Donald Trump Jr., Paul Manafort and Jared Kushner met in Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer to discuss ways the Russians could help them beat Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump Jr., Paul Manafort and Jared Kushner met in Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer to discuss ways the Russians could help them beat Hillary Clinton.

Volume I of the Mueller Report details multiple contacts between Russians and members of the Trump campaign beginning in April 2016 and continuing through the November election. Paul Manafort, Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, George Papadopoulos, Carter Page and others all had multiple contacts with assorted Russians who offered to help with the campaign. Trump’s campaign manager, Paul Manafort, even shared analytical polling data with suspected Russian spy Konstantin Kilimnik that could be used to help Russia target their interference in our election. (Mueller Report, Volume I, page 7)

7. Yes, there WAS collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

The Mueller Report makes it explicitly clear that the Trump campaign not only knew about Russian efforts to help Trump win, but members of the campaign worked with the Russians. Paul Manafort even gave the Russians analytical polling data that could help them target their interference. (Volume I, page 7)

The broadest definition of collusion is “secret cooperation in order to cheat or deceive others”. The cooperation between the Russian government and the Trump campaign certainly meets that definition of collusion, but as the Mueller Report explains, collusion “…is not a specific offense or theory of liability found in the United States Code, nor is it a term of art in federal criminal law”.

The actual crime that Mueller was investigating was conspiracy, which is harder to prove. According to Mueller, the cooperation between Russia and the Trump campaign did not meet the definition of a conspiracy because the Trump campaign did not expressly ask Russia for their help. (Volume I, page 180)

8. Mueller was prohibited from concluding that the president was guilty.

Donald Trump repeatedly claimed that, since the Mueller investigation did not indict him, he is completely innocent of any wrongdoing. In reality, before the investigation began, it was decided that Mueller would not make any conclusion about the president’s guilt or innocence.

Volume II of the Mueller report states that the Office of Legal Counsel issued a statement that the Justice Department could not indict or prosecute a sitting president because it would undermine the ability of the president to do his job.

Furthermore, it was decided at the beginning of the investigation that they would not make a conclusion as to whether the president committed a crime. However, a president does not have immunity after leaving office and may be prosecuted at that time. This investigation collected evidence so that it could be used after the president leaves office. (Mueller Report, Volume II, Page 1)

We considered whether to evaluate the conduct we investigated under the Justice Manual standards governing prosecution and declination decisions, but we determined not to apply an approach that could potentially result in a judgment that the President committed crimes. (Mueller Report, Volume II, Page 2)

While others could be indicted and prosecuted, as far as the president is concerned, Mueller could only gather evidence about potential wrongdoing that could be used by Congress or by prosecutors after he leaves office.

9. Mueller found plenty of evidence that Trump committed crimes.

If you read nothing else, at least read Volume II, pages 1 through 8 of the Mueller Report. Here are the highlights of those 8 pages.

  • Trump directed his aides to conceal emails about the June 9 Trump Tower meeting.
  • Trump edited a press statement about the Trump Tower Russia meeting by removing a reference to an offer of information helpful to the campaign and changing it to read that the meeting was about adoptions of Russian children.
  • Trump repeatedly tried to get Attorney General Jeff Sessions to stop the investigation.
  • Trump expressed the belief that the Attorney General should “protect” him.
  • Trump told Don McGahn to call the Acting Attorney General and get him to fire Mueller. Then, in early 2018, Trump pressured McGahn to deny that Trump ordered him to have the special prosecutor fired.
  • After Michael Flynn began cooperating with the investigation, Trump’s lawyers asked for a “heads up” if Flynn knew of any information that implicates the president. When Flynn’s lawyer declined to do that, Trump’s lawyers told Flynn that reflected “hostility” toward the president. (Volume II, Page 6)
  • While Paul Manafort was on trial, Trump publicly praised him and called him brave man for refusing to “break”.
  • Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, lied to Congress to minimize Trump’s involvement in the Trump Tower Moscow project. Trump’s personal counsel asked Cohen to stay on message and not contradict the president.
  • After the FBI found evidence that Cohen lied, Trump privately messaged him to “stay strong” and not “flip”. Cohen also discussed pardons with the president’s personal counsel.
  • After Cohen began cooperating with the investigation, Trump called him a “rat” and suggested that his family members committed crimes.

Based on everything in those 8 pages, there is only one inescapable conclusion: President Trump engaged in multiple acts of obstruction of justice and witness tampering by encouraging people to lie, concealing evidence, firing or attempting to fire people who were investigating him and dangling pardon’s for people who don’t “turn” on him.

10. Mueller’s final summary was very damning of Trump.

Since Mueller was prohibited from making any conclusion about the president’s guilt, he chose his words very carefully. The following 2 quotes are from Volume II, page 7:

“The President's position as the head of the Executive Branch provided him with unique and powerful means of influencing official proceedings, subordinate officers, and potential witnesses-all of which is relevant to a potential obstruction-of-justice analysis.”

“Many of the President's acts directed at witnesses, including discouragement of cooperation with the government and suggestions of possible future pardons, took place in public view. That circumstance is unusual, but no principle of law excludes public acts from the reach of the obstruction laws.”

Here is Mueller’s final word about Trump and Obstruction of Justice.

“If we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the President clearly did not commit obstruction of justice, we would so state. Based on the facts and the applicable legal standards, we are unable to reach that judgment. Accordingly, while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.” (Mueller Report, Volume II, page 8)

11. Mueller says it is up to Congress to determine if the President committed a crime.

Near the end of the Mueller Report there is a lengthy section about Congress’s responsibility to take action when a president commits a crime like obstruction of justice. It is explicitly clear that this investigation was not allowed to determine the president’s guilt or innocence of any crime and that only Congress can do that. The purpose of the investigation was only to collect the evidence, present it in the report and let Congress decide what to do with that information.

“Congress has Article I authority to define generally applicable criminal law and apply it to all persons – including the President.” (Volume II, Page 174)

The final step in the constitutional balancing process is to assess whether the separation of-powers doctrine permits Congress to take action within its constitutional authority notwithstanding the potential impact on Article II functions. In the case of the obstruction-of-justice statutes, our assessment of the weighing of interests leads us to conclude that Congress has the authority to impose the limited restrictions contained in those statutes on the President's official conduct to protect the integrity of important functions of other branches of government.” (Volume II, Page 177)

In other words, Congress, the ball is in your court now.

12. Oh, and one more thing: Attorney General Barr completely misrepresented the findings of the Mueller Report.

If you’re wondering why so many people believe the Mueller Report clears Trump of wrongdoing, it's because, long before anyone else had been allowed to see the report, Attorney General Barr released a 4-page memo that wrongly stated the Mueller Report found no wrongdoing by President Trump. After Barr released his summary of the Mueller Report, Robert Mueller sent him a letter stating that Barr’s 4-page summary was misleading and did not accurately represent the findings of that investigation.

As mentioned previously, Donald Trump wanted an Attorney General who would protect him. It looks like he found one in Robert Barr. Instead of being impartial and objective, as his job requires, Barr deliberately and repeatedly tried to spin the Mueller report to favor the president even though the report reveals a lot of illegal and dishonest activities by Trump and his campaign.

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      • jeff61b profile imageAUTHOR

        jeff61b 

        4 days ago

        Bradmaster –

        The title of this article is Twelve Facts from the Mueller Report That Donald Trump Doesn’t want you to Know. It is exactly that. Everything I stated was a fact from the Mueller Report.

        You still have never refuted a single fact that I stated in the article. Not even one. But you did prove that you didn’t read the Mueller Report and you managed to state multiple falsehoods.

        Most everything you said was an opinion not a fact. I am not going to go point by point trying to “refute” your opinions or your comments that are completely off-topic from this article.

        You, on the other hand, wasted a lot of time trying to “refute” things I did not even say.

        My favorite was when you suggested Hillary Clinton was behind this because she won the election by 3 million votes.

        But I will address a couple more of your falsehoods. The Steele Dossier was not a “fake report”. It was the type of opposition research that is done by all candidates. They want accurate information about their opponents so there is no reason to contrive a “fake report”. And it was not used to justify the FISA warrant or to “spy” on Trump. That’s another falsehood you heard on right wing media.

        “The Mueller report is his opinion, and that doesn’t change until he gets a conviction”.

        Gets a conviction? Um, have you heard of Paul Manafort (convicted), Rick Gates (pled guilty), Michael Flynn (pled guilty), Michael Cohen (pled guilty), George Papadopulos (pled guilty) not to mention the many others who have been indicted?

        You’re entitled to your opinions even if they are based on false information. But I won’t hold my breath waiting for you refute anything in this article.

      • bradmasterOCcal profile image

        NOYFOB 

        4 days ago

        Jeff0b

        You didn't refute anything I said.

        And you didn't read my comment, you just skimmed and you missed the point.

        "1. Trump believed the Mueller investigation would destroy his presidency.

        When Attorney General Jeff Sessions told President Trump that a Special Counsel had been appointed, the President slumped back in his chair and said, "Oh my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my Presidency. I'm fucked“. Trump also told Sessions that “you were supposed to protect me.” (Mueller Report, Volume II, Page 78)

        B:

        First, this is not evidence. it is hearsay?

        Second, we now know that Trump was exonerated from that investigation. And, he could have meant any number of things, if he did say that.

        Even though Trump wasn't guilty, look at all the clouds that the democrats have made out of it. The democrats in toto were already resisting and challenging everyone thing he did, said he was going to do, and thought about doing. This certainly didn't help his presidency.

        Then add on to it the 5th investigation of Trump and his team didn't help, did it."

        Clearly they were talking when collusion was the task.

        And that is the task the Mueller exonerated Trump.

        jeff

        I went through each sentence of your first piece and commented on it. You cherry picked and got it wrong. You didn't refute the bulk of my comment, and you were off track about the exoneration.

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        You have a talent for repeating Trump’s talking points but your ignorance of what is actually in the Mueller Report is appalling.

        B:

        Appalling to an anti Trumper like yourself, but none the less true.

        Again, you didn't address my points so you didn't refute them.

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        Trump can investigate the investigators all he wants. It will only confirm that Mueller is a far more honorable man than Trump could ever hope to be.

        B:

        Honorable maybe before he joined the FBI,

        But his reputation as a prosecutor is not an honorable one.

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        Jeff

        2. Russian interference in the election was far greater than most of us ever knew.

        Russia used several different methods to interfere in the 2016 election. Volume I of the Mueller report includes many pages dedicated to discussing the efforts of the Internet Research Agency (IRA), based in St. Petersburg, Russia.

        B:

        So many things wrong with this one.

        1. Mueller on has an indictment against 13 Russian, and they pleaded not guilty. So until there is a guilty verdict in a court of law, this is just Mueller's opinion. To do that he needs evidence that proves guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. He doesn't have that.

        2. Rod Rosenstein said when Mueller indicted the Russians that no Americans were involved and there was no effect on the election.

        3. And none of this was connected to Donald Trump.

        4. If we want to see who gained in the election, it was Hillary who boasts she got 2.8 million more votes.

        5. The IRA is not evidence until it goes to trial and then and only then will it be a factor. Right now it is just Mueller opinion and hope that it will be enough to convict.

        6. The Hillary Clinton opposition paper AKA the Russian Dossier AKA the Christopher Steele report used read Russians to fill the report. On its fact, the report said that it was not verified, and it might not be true. But the FBI still used it to get a FISA warrant to spy on an American Citizen Carter Page. And they did it 3 more times for a total of 360 days.This spying went past the election, and until the inauguration.

        The result no charges filed on Carter Page, and nothing was found to incriminate president Trump.

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        The report makes it clear that Russia was firmly committed to getting Trump elected president. An email to Donald Trump Jr. from the son of a Russian real estate developer stated that they wanted to meet with Trump to discuss incriminating information about Hillary Clinton as "part of Russia and its government 's support for Mr. Trump." The president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., responded to the offer by saying “I love it”. This resulted in the June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower in New York City. (Mueller Report, Volume I, page 110)

        B:

        Again, nothing was found, but you are OK with Hillary and Steele creating a fake report that was used to become the basis of spying on Trump and his team and used to start an investigation on Trump.

        The result no charges.

        The Mueller report is his opinion, and that doesn't change until he gets a conviction.

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      • jeff61b profile imageAUTHOR

        jeff61b 

        4 days ago

        NOYFOB –

        You said “we now know that Trump was exonerated from that investigation.” Wow, you clearly didn’t read the Mueller Report. Mueller said they could not indict a sitting president no matter how much evidence they had of wrongdoing. He very specifically said that the investigation did not exonerate Trump.

        In fact, he presented massive amounts of evidence that Trump committed multiple acts of obstruction of justice.

        Trump constantly repeated claims that Mueller, Comey and others were “Trump haters” without ever offering a shred of evidence to support that claim in the hopes that if he repeats it often enough, simple-minded people will believe it, but there is no evidence, zero, that anyone in the Mueller investigation or in the FBI were "Trump haters" or did anything inappropriate.

        You said “the Democrats decided to have a special counsel appointed”. No they didn’t. Democrats had no involvement in this process whatsoever.

        You have a talent for repeating Trump’s talking points but your ignorance of what is actually in the Mueller Report is appalling.

        Trump can investigate the investigators all he wants. It will only confirm that Mueller is a far more honorable man than Trump could ever hope to be.

      • bradmasterOCcal profile image

        NOYFOB 

        5 days ago

        1. Trump believed the Mueller investigation would destroy his presidency.

        When Attorney General Jeff Sessions told President Trump that a Special Counsel had been appointed, the President slumped back in his chair and said, "Oh my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my Presidency. I'm fucked“. Trump also told Sessions that “you were supposed to protect me.” (Mueller Report, Volume II, Page 78)

        B:

        First, this is not evidence. it is hearsay?

        Second, we now know that Trump was exonerated from that investigation. And, he could have meant any number of things, if he did say that.

        Even though Trump wasn't guilty, look at all the clouds that the democrats have made out of it. The democrats in toto were already resisting and challenging everyone thing he did, said he was going to do, and thought about doing. This certainly didn't help his presidency.

        Then add on to it the 5th investigation of Trump and his team didn't help, did it.

        As for Sessions, he was talking about having a known in the AG spot. And when Sessions surprised him by recusing himself, that didn't help as we know that there were so many people in the DOJ and the FBI that were against Trump. That is probably the protection he was talking about here.

        In any case, it wasn't evidence for Mueller to indict because Trump did nothing wrong in the election.

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        Trump’s obsessive fear of the investigation was also evident in his public statements for the entire 2 years that the Mueller investigation was going on.

        B:

        When someone knows they are innocent, they know that these investigations were created by the democrats to give them political advantage.

        Again, this isn't evidence. If you think it is then what is it going to be used for now? At this stage there was no obstruction being investigated. This go only go to the influence of the election.

        ------------------------------------------------

        In addition to his constant whining about the investigation and repetition of “No collusion, no collusion”, he personally attacked Robert Mueller and the other investigators, falsely claiming they were “Trump haters”

        B:

        The use of the word whining does have any credibility as evidence. And the exoneration of collusion, conspiracy gave the president the right to complain about an investigation that never should have happen, and wasted the time of the president and the country.

        Again, your choice of words are not suited to arguing any points. They are vague, and ambiguous.

        How can you say that Mueller and the other investigators weren't Trump haters. I submit that Mueller and Comey conspired to get a special counsel, and through Rod Rosenstein, it would be Mueller.

        -----------------------------------

        and that Mueller had a conflict of interest. Trump’s advisers told him that the alleged “conflicts of interest” by Mueller were meritless. (Volume II, page 4)

        B:

        Donald Trump interviewed Robert Mueller for the position of FBI director, a senior administration official has confirmed. The confirmation comes one day after Trump friend and Newsmax Media CEO Chris Ruddy appeared on "PBS Newshour" Monday and said the president had interviewed Mueller for the position just days before he was appointed to be special counsel

        There is no mention why Mueller didn't get the job, but it could be the reason that Mueller when he became special counsel hired 17 mostly democrats, and many that actually supported Hillary Clinton.

        There was also a conflict of interest because of the Mueller Comey meeting before Comey was to testify before congress. Then out of that hearing the democrats decide to have a special counsel appointed.

        Meritless, hardly, and without context and corroboration this is hearsay, and more importantly doesn't substitute as evidence. What can Mueller apply this to as evidence. Evidence of what?

        The IG investigation brought out how many people in the FBI and DOJ were opposed to Trump.

        A special counsel should have been more of an independent counsel. Not someone who was an FBI director, the mentor of fired FBI director James Comey, and not someone that colluded with Comey to get the special counsel from congress.

        That is why Trump wants the investigators to be investigated.

      • Virginia Allain profile image

        Virginia Allain 

        5 days ago from Central Florida

        Thanks for making the points so accessible here. Most people feel overwhelmed when faced with the size of the Mueller Report, so it's good to have it in executive form. Many thanks.

      • lovemychris profile image

        Leslie McCowen 

        5 days ago from Cape Cod, USA

        100% correct. This will go down in history as the end of a very long coup against the people of the United States.

        And i know this is in the realm of conspiracy, but a man i follow on twitter claims both the usa and uk have been overtaken by what he calls the russian nazi mafia.

        Food for thought. Especially given Krushevs claim, "We will bury you without firing a shot", and Putin being a kgb agent.

        The cultish nature of trump supporters lends credence to it being mind control.....very specific enemy technique.

        "I could shoot someone and not lose votes"

        Not normal or healthy.

        Great hub, as usual.

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