Robert Mueller's final report left almost as many open questions as there were before he began his probe. At the same time, others argue that the president has been cleared, it’s time to move on, and any further probes should target the investigators and the media that they feel predetermined Trump’s guilt. What did Mueller really say in the report? Did the president commit impeachable offenses, or was he the victim of an extended partisan smear? Will Americans ever agree on the meaning of this body of work — and where do we go from here?
Theodore OlsonPartner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
Neal KatyalPaul and Patricia Saunders Professor of National Security Law, Georget...
Mary Louise KellyCo-Host, "All Things Considered," NPR; Contributing Editor, The Atlant...
Garrett GraffExecutive Director, Cybersecurity & Technology Program, The Aspen Inst...