Its main conclusion is a very good one for President Donald Trump: Mueller found that neither Trump nor anyone in his campaign co-ordinated or co-ordinated with the Russian government to help him win the election, according to lawyer-general Bill Barr's assessment of Mueller Report .
In short: We know a hell much more about what Mueller found – and what that means for Trump and the country – than a week ago. Or even three days ago, when Barr admitted Mueller had completed his investigation and sent it. But there are also a number of questions left – about the Mueller report itself, about why so many people in Trump's course lied about their interaction with the Russians and whether we will ever hear from Mueller.
Below are the nine
Why did Mueller not personally speak to Trump?
The question we still do not know whether Mueller was completely satisfied with Trump's written response or whether he would have liked to follow up on a personal conversation. And, if the latter is true, Mueller simply didn't think Barr and / or Deputy Attorney Rod Rosenstein would have written it?
Will we ever see Trump's written answer?
Will we ever see the entire Mueller report?
It is the second part of the quote that gives much room for interpretation. As Barr later clarifies in the letter, he believes that there are parts of the Mueller report that cannot be settled. He also added that he still "has to identify all information that may affect other ongoing issues, including those that the special adviser has referred to other offices."
Considering everything, it is unlikely that the public will ever see the entire Mueller report. The question is how much Barr holds back – and why. Trump said in part on Monday afternoon that the release of the full Mueller report "would not disturb me at all".
Why did Mueller punt on obstruction and left the decision to Barr?
] In Mueller's report he wrote the following about the question of whether Trump prevented the probe in Russian interference: "Even if this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, he does not release him either." By choosing not to give a definitive conclusion on whether Trump prevented justice, Mueller knew that he left the question to Barr who, as a private citizen in 2018, had written a memo in which he made the case that Trump did not, prevented justice when it came to the shooting. by former FBI director James Comey. Written Barr:
"Mueller should not be able to demand that the president submit a questioning on alleged obstruction. If it is covered by the department, this theory would have potentially catastrophic consequences, not only for the presidency but for the administrative branch as a whole and the department in particular. . "
During his confirmation hearing, Barr attempted to record the import of the note – insisting that he was then a private citizen without access to complete facts of the case, and that his point was a narrow legal issue. Nevertheless, Mueller must know that when he made the decision to bar Barr it was very likely that AG would choose not to pursue it.
(One possible explanation for why Mueller did what he did is simply not to do so, has no evidence beyond a reasonable doubt, and given that he dealt with the US president, he did not just want to push the envelope – leave that decision to the highest law enforcement officer in the country.) 
Why did Barr choose to include and directly quote Mueller on "not releasing" the line of obstruction?
This one is complicated. Barr, a Trump employee, is well aware that he is regarded by many Democrats as a Trump patron – someone the president put the job to ensure that nothing attached to the Mueller probe ever came to the Oval Office. Barr also knows that according to the Special Council Act, he is the gatekeeper of all information that Mueller obtained during the 22-month survey and as such will be heavily examined for what he approves for being released and, more importantly, what he does not.
And so Barr wants to send a very clear signal that he does not tip the waves when it comes to what he included in his summary of the Mueller report. So, well, the big headline is that Mueller did not show that there was coordination or collaboration between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. But Barr also quotes directly from Mueller as to the issue of obstacles – isolates himself from fees that he protects Trump from difficult conclusions of special councils.
Did Mueller discover any evidence of collaboration?
Trump and his administration immediately seized Barr's summary of the Mueller report by insisting on his often repeated claims that "NO COLLUSION" had been proven. And he's probably right! But that's not exactly what Barr said. Barr quoted from the report saying "[T] he did not investigate that the members of the Trump campaign cooperated or co-ordinated with the Russian government in their election interference activities."
There is a difference between some kinds of evidence that may suggest collaboration and the ability to establish synergies beyond a reasonable doubt. In fact, there is a relatively wide sewer between these two things. So did everything that Mueller turned in that gap? If so, what?
Why, if there was no interaction, there were so many contacts between the Russians and the Trump campaign. And why did so many lie to them?
If they didn't lie to protect a wider collaboration, why did they lie? Perhaps keeping investigators away from other crimes that are not related to Russia's involvement in the 2016 campaign. Trump campaign president Paul Manafort ended up being sentenced with financial crimes related to his relations with the Ukrainian government, for example.
Or maybe the people Trump attracted (and lures) were simply as comfortable as saying the truth. Despite Trump's repeated claims, his campaign (and his administration) was not exactly the best and brightest senses in the political and legal worlds.
Will we ever hear from Mueller himself about the report?
How much of the Steele dossier was confirmed by Mueller? And what parts?
We know because of the congressional testimony from Comey and others that the Justice Department had confirmed some of the documentation compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele. (The Fusion GPS opposition research effort was originally paid for by a conservative newsroom, but was later funded by Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic National Committee.) But what parts of the documentation the Justice Department confirmed were true, we have never known. Mente Mueller's results confirm parts of Steele's documents that the original FBi survey did not have? Again, if so, what parts?
Although the Steele case has turned into a political football – and the most blessed parts of it have never been confirmed – it is still one of the most important documents in this study. So, how true is that?
How useful was the collaboration between former Trump associations such as Flynn, Gates and Cohen to the Mueller survey?
The special council office and the Southern District of New York cut slander are about each of these men – and more – because we thought to use information they and they alone had to catch larger fish in the operation. But now, the Mueller survey has passed, and none of those assumed to be "bigger fish" – Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner – has been charged or will be charged.