Typical Trumpanzee immoral action to diverge away from truth when presented to them.
By the definition provided here (somebody who supports Donald Trump, voted for him in 2016, and will vote for him again in 2020), I am only partway a "Trumpanzee". I actually voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, my intentions of such having been documented back on DDO. However, I will surely vote for Trump in 2020, if nothing else then because whatever party wins that election will be in a position to draw up the electoral map for the next 10 years and because said party will also determine who the next new Supreme Court justice is, and perhaps most importantly because the only possible way (short of a dictatorship) at this point to shift the Overton Window to the right of where it is now (or, approximately, towards the center) is for Trump to serve two terms and come out reasonably popular. For that he's obviously gonna need a second term. If he loses in 2020 there will probably be no hope for America whatsoever.
Please share when you actually have any rational, logical common sense that is significantly relevant to this thread, and invalidates or adds to any of my given otherwise take a hike back to your immoral, putt-putt hole in the ground at Maro Largo.
Russia leaked Hillary Clinton's and the DNC's private transactions, and in the process revealed some things that made them look bad. Somebody in turn leaked the Access Hollywood tapes, which likewise never should've seen the light of day and which made Trump look very bad, possibly costing him a million female votes.
That is to say, both sides got leaked. Both sides had dirt that got exposed. You can't say that the mere fact that said leaking occurred is the sole reason a candidate won. Trump still lost the popular vote (but won the election due to the Electoral College), which if there was a sophisticated campaign by a powerful foreign government to turn popular opinion against Hillary you simply would not expect. (In conclusion, the Russian effort was not particularly sophisticated, and it pretty much did nothing more than tip the scales a little bit to compensate for certain unfair disadvantages that Trump faced.)
As the report admitted, the Trump campaign anticipated that it would gain from Russia's actions, but it did not outright coordinate its actions with the Russian government or with representatives of such, and there is no evidence that Trump was aware of the "Trump Tower Meeting". Hence, the report concludes that there is no evidence of collusion.
The media is focusing now on obstruction of justice, as Trump took actions which could be considered to have the effect of interfering with the investigation in some way or another. I haven't read the report, so I imagine a good bit of it focuses on Trump's hostile tweets (which in any event are perfectly understandable, since being subject to an investigation that might question the legitimacy of one's election is a pretty humiliating situation to be in for anybody). As for other examples cited, Mueller decided not to attempt to levy charges, so it's pretty much an open and shut case at this point. Trump's been cleared of criminal wrongdoing, more or less.
What I'd take from the release of the Mueller Report is that the people who already thought he's guilty will be more sure of that now, the people who already thought he's innocent will be more sure now that he's innocent, and the undecideds will be a little more open now to the possibility of voting for him in 2020. A win overall.