Will Vindication from Russia Collusion Help Trump in 2020?


On Friday, Robert Mueller finally completed his nearly two-year-long Russia investigation; upon its completion, the special counsel turned everything over to Attorney General William Barr.

The results of the investigation determined that President Trump did not collude with the Russian government in order to win the 2016 election. Therefore, there are now questions about whether or not vindication from Russia collusion will serve as an asset to Trump in the 2020 election.

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The long-anticipated end of the Mueller investigation has dominated headlines. On Friday, the special counsel announced that no additional indictments will follow. This stunned many Democrats and leftists who believed Trump colluded with the Russian government. Even after the results of the probe, some people still aren’t letting it go.

There’s talk about the president supposedly still colluding, despite the fundings of Mueller’s probe. Other people have suggested that the Department of Justice may be covering up for President Trump.