Of course, even with 40% of the Mueller Report redacted, it is damning for obstruction of justice and corruption, not to mention stupidity. I won’t waste time on what is in the public record but the conclusion of the report states:
[I]f we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit obstruction of justice, we would so state… The evidence we obtained about the president’s actions and intent presents difficult issues that prevent us from conclusively determining that no criminal conduct occurred.
Under the traditions of the Justice Department not to indict a sitting president, Mueller followed the rules and sent the detailed report Congress to expand the investigation and bring articles of impeachment against Trump.
The general legal opinion now is that whether or not Trump is impeached he will face federal criminal charges as soon as he is no longer in office. The expectation is that the will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Expanding on the careful and conservative language of Mueller’s Report, the actual prosecutors have clarified that criminal action justifying indictment of Trump is extensively outlined in the Report:
Privately, the two prosecutors, who were then employed in the special counsel’s office, told other Justice Department officials that had it not been for the unique nature of the case — the investigation of a sitting president of the United States, and one who tried to use the powers of his office to thwart and even close down the special counsel’s investigation — they would have advocated that he face federal criminal charges. New York Review of Books
This is only from the very narrow range of the Mueller investigation. The expectation is that the Russian money laundering investigation in the Southern District of New York will, by itself, bring federal charges against Trump, family, and even more associates.
Frantic delusional tweeting will only tighten the noose.