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Special counsel Robert Mueller waged total war on Donald Trump for nearly two years.

Now the day of reckoning has finally arrived.

And what Robert Mueller just told Donald Trump will change everything forever.

CNN broke the news that Justice Department officials expect Robert Mueller to submit a final report by next week.

America’s long national nightmare of Mueller working to take down the President is finally over.

And it looks to be ending with a whimper.

Mueller never charged anyone for conspiring with the Russians.

Per Justice Department regulations, Mueller must submit a report to the Attorney General explaining why he brought the charges he did and why he chose not to charge others.

It’s up to new Attorney General William Barr to decide what to make public in the summary report he submits to Congress.

The Justice Department does not comment on individuals not charged because they do not want to damage their reputation.

Reporters asked President Trump if the entire Mueller report would be made public and he deferred that decision, as per the regulations, to the new Attorney General.

“That’ll be totally up to the new attorney general. He’s a tremendous man, a tremendous person, who really respects this country and respects the Justice Department, so that’ll be totally up to him,” President Trump explained.

There were signs building for weeks that Mueller was nearing a conclusion and that the anti-Trump resistance would be disappointed.

Rudy Giuliani warned Politico last Friday that the investigation was close to wrapping up.

Politico reports:

“As far as I can tell the investigation is over,” Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani told POLITICO last Friday. “They’ve gotten everything they’re going to get. There’s nothing hanging out there that is big where they haven’t gotten the information, gotten the answers, gotten the documents. We satisfied the document requests a long time ago. It’s all there for them to make a decision.”

As for Mueller’s timing, Giuliani said he didn’t want to ascribe any significance to Barr’s arrival and the larger transition in leadership atop DOJ as Rosenstein readies to leave the government in March.

“You can’t read anything into that other than the fact that I think it will run its course and they’ll present whatever they have to the Justice Department,” Giuliani said.

In light of the news, Democrats already began to move the goalposts claiming it was no big deal if Mueller exonerated Donald Trump because they can launch new investigations.

“Now, if the report comes out and exonerates Donald Trump, we move on. If it doesn’t, if it basically says, hey, we would have indicted Donald Trump for these offenses, but for the fact that there’s a policy memo saying we can’t, then I think Congress has to really look at these issues and decide what to do with whatever offenses the Robert Mueller investigation reveals. Separate from that, the House Judiciary Committee and other committees in Congress will investigate other aspects of potential wrongdoing, such as obstruction of justice, witness tampering, abuse of power,” Congressman Ted Lieu explained on CNN.

“Now, if the report comes out and exonerates Donald Trump, we move on. If it doesn’t, if it basically says, hey, we would have indicted Donald Trump for these offenses, but for the fact that there’s a policy memo saying we can’t, then I think Congress has to really look at these issues and decide what to do with whatever offenses the Robert Mueller investigation reveals. Separate from that, the House Judiciary Committee and other committees in Congress will investigate other aspects of potential wrongdoing, such as obstruction of justice, witness tampering, abuse of power,” Lieu concluded.

The fake news media all picked up on Lieu’s talking point about the Southern District of New York’s ongoing investigations and immediately pivoted away from the Mueller probe as if it never even existed.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.