While testifying before the House Judiciary Committee, about his two-year investigation, Robert Mueller thinks Trump obstructed justice but refused to charge him. According to him, Volume II of the report indicates that Trump committed all three elements of obstruction. Still Mueller decided that not enough evidence existed to charge Trump with any conspiracy charges.
Mueller has consistently maintained that even if he found enough evidence to charge Trump with acts of obstruction, he wouldn’t charge a sitting president due to a Department of Justice guideline against indicting a sitting president.
Special counsel Robert Mueller stumbled, stuttered, and asked for questions to be repeated during his testimony. The two-year investigation which has 448 pages concluded that neither the president nor any member of his campaign knowingly conspired with Russia ahead of the 2016 presidential election.