The biggest story of the 2016 presidential campaign is now the latest one of its own, a new FBI report found.
The new report, released Wednesday, reveals the bureau is “unaware of” Trump’s secret financial dealings with Russia.
That means the FBI’s own investigation, launched in the aftermath of Trump’s inauguration, is now almost certainly closed.
Trump has repeatedly denied wrongdoing.
As part of its investigation, the FBI has reviewed the Trump Organization’s dealings with foreign entities, as well as its dealings with the Trump family’s businesses.
It has not determined if there is a criminal case to answer for the Trumps’ financial dealings, the report found, but it has found no evidence of a pattern of conduct that would have been enough to warrant criminal charges.
The bureau’s report did not disclose who else may have had dealings with Russian entities.
Among those individuals is Peter Strzok, who was part of the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
Strzoks investigation is ongoing.
In its report, the bureau said Strzokes work for the FBI and his wife’s law firm, Sullivan & Marsh, were “involved in multiple matters” in 2016.
The report did say Strzoki and his spouse were also involved in the investigation into then-candidate Trump.
The FBI report said the Strzolks were “highly involved” in a 2016 case in which the FBI was trying to obtain a FISA warrant to monitor Trump’s communications.
The warrant was denied by the FISA court in Washington.