Mueller Resigns From DOJ, Won't Testify, Made No Findings On Trump Committing Crimes

US Special Counsel Robert Mueller has made his first public statement since delivering his report. He announced he is formally closing the counsel's office and resigning from Justice Department.

Mueller released the report into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia in April.

Mueller cited indictments made against Russian citizens as proof of the alleged Russian interference in the election, although indictments themselves are not proof of anything. Mueller made that clear when he said he would not be commenting "on the guilt or innocence of any defendant."