The number of “key issues and events” examined during the obstruction investigation. There were 10 areas where Mueller’s team found Trump’s conduct raised issues of possible obstruction of justice
Witnesses interviewed
The number of attorneys the special counsel assembled "at its high point"
Subpoenas issued
Search and seizure warrants, executed after warrants
Members of the administration or campaign who were fired, asked to resign or considered resigning over issues related to the investigation
The number of cases of criminal activity that the special counsel referred to other law enforcement authorities. Twelve cases are redacted because they are ongoing, while two have reached the courts
June 17, 2017
The day when President Trump called White House counsel Don McGahn and “directed him to call’ the acting AG to say that Mueller had conflicts of interest and must be removed. McGahn “decided he would rather resign than trigger what he regarded as a potential Saturday Night Massacre”
1+ year:
The amount of time the special counsel’s office sought a voluntary interview with President Trump
The number of answers that Trump agreed to provide on questions about obstruction topics or events during the presidential transition
The number of times President Trump said in his written responses to questions that he “does not recall” or “remember” or have an “independent recollection” of information
The number of topics that Trump was asked about in his written questions: the June 9, 2016, Trump Tower meeting; Russian hacking and efforts at using social media/WikiLeaks; the Trump Organization Moscow Project; Contacts with Russia and Russia-related issues during the campaign; Contacts with Russia and Russia-related issues during the transition
Requests to foreign governments
IRA-controlled Twitter account called @Ten_GOP cited or retweeted by Trump campaign officials and surrogates including: Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Kellyanne Conway, Brad Parscale and Michael Flynn
Spearphishing emails Russian intelligence officers sent to email accounts at hillaryclinton.com between March 10 and March 15, 2016
Computers on the Democratic Campaign Congressional Committee network that were compromised by Russian intelligence
3:00 A.M.:
The time after election night that Trump campaign press secretary Hope Hicks received a call on her personal cell phone from someone who sounded foreign but was calling on a D.C. area code. She heard the words "Putin call" and told the caller to send an email
Redactions, for reason of causing harm to an ongoing matter, for being grand jury material, for pertaining to "investigative techniques" that could disclose secret intelligence sources and methods, or to protect individuals' personal privacy. In all, nearly 40% of the pages of the entire report had redactions, according to an Associated Press analysis
Data: Numbers compiled by NBC News from the U.S. Dept. of Justice Mueller Report
The number of redactions (including on footnotes) called “harm to ongoing matter” in the section of Mueller’s report called “Trump Campaign and the Dissemination of Hacked Materials
The number of pages in the Mueller report, including appendices
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