Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday finally submitted his report on Russian meddling in the US election and possible collusion by the Trump campaign — and he will not recommend any further indictments.

Attorney General William Barr notified Congress that he had received the report, signaling the end of a nearly two-year probe that riveted the nation and roiled the White House.

“I am reviewing the report, and I anticipate that I may be in a position to advise you of the special counsel’s principal conclusion as soon as this weekend,” Barr told congressional leaders in a letter.

Justice Department officials said there would be no more indictments in the Russia probe, dashing Democrats’ hopes that Mueller would build a criminal case against President Trump.

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