The Mueller report chose not to make a call on the obstruction of justice possibilities but it was unequivocal in the fact that no collusion occurred with the Russians.
Controversial author Michael Wolff’s upcoming book, "Siege: Trump Under Fire," reportedly claims that Robert Mueller drew up an obstruction of justice indictment against President Trump – but a spokesman for Mueller says the claim is wildly inaccurate.
According to Helmore, Wolff reports that Mueller’s office planned to charge the president with “influencing, obstructing or impeding a pending proceeding,” “tampering with a witness, victim or informant” and “retaliating against a witness, victim or informant” but eventually decided to "shelve" it. While The Guardian reporter says he viewed the document, Mueller’s office denies that it even exists.
“The documents described do not exist," Mueller spokesman Peter Carr told Fox News.
Wolff was accused of misrepresenting his levels of access and fabricating events for “Fire and Fury,” and it appears "Siege” will face similar accusations as Mueller’s team claims a key document isn’t authentic.