Special counsel Robert Mueller concluded his Trump-Russia investigation and on Friday delivered his final report to US Attorney General William Barr.
Mueller has been investigating Russia’s role in the 2016 presidential election and whether President Donald Trump unlawfully sought to obstruct the probe.
Trump has denied collusion and obstruction, calling the investigation a “witch-hunt”. Russia has denied interfering in the election.
The report sent to Barr is confidential at this point, and it’s still unclear how much, if any, the public may get to see.
Barr has said he plans to write his own account of Mueller’s findings, and that he envisions two reports, and only one for congressional and public consumption.
Here’s what to expect next:
What happens now?
Justice Department regulations required only that Mueller give