But what about Don, Jr. and Kushner's involvement in the Russian meddling? I guess we shall see what is included in the Barr "redactions." I am willing to bet that the real issue for Trump is not the fact that there is not enough evidence to convict "beyond a reasonable doubt" (criminal standard), but enough actual evidence exists to establish a "preponderance of evidence" (civil standard) to prove wrongdoing. And this is enough to worry Trump. Why? Because the American public may learn Trump both engaged illegal activity, but also has wrongfully encouraged others to minimize the impact of the evidence gathered by Mueller (Obstruction). Since the impeachment of Bill Clinton, the actual effective standard for "political" wrongdoing can be imposed (only Congress has standing to decide what standard it maintains for "high crimes and misdemeanors"). And this should worry Trump - because there is a reason Mueller could not exonerate him. Now its up to the public to decide if the behaviors evidenced in the actual report are deemed damaging to his future as POTUS. I guess we won't know until the full report is released. Expect fallout when Barr's redacted version is provided - I'm willing to bet much of the evidence we need to see will be withheld from the public and Congress. Then it will be Congress' duty to ensure the full report is released. And the obstruction of the will of the people will become obvious.
As President Abraham Lincoln wrote; "Character is like a tree and reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing." I guess we shall see how shallow the roots are for Mr. Trump. Have a great week and a great holiday!