Trump and his allies have seized on the report to argue that the Mueller probe is hopelessly corrupt and that the findings exonerate the president. However, the main conclusion of the report was that political bias did not affect the outcome of the Clinton probe, but that former FBI director James Comey broke from protocol.
The report did not touch on the validity of the separate Mueller probe, which is examining whether Trump campaign aides colluded with Russian officials trying to sway the election and whether Trump tried to obstruct justice.
It’s not clear how much influence Parscale’s message will have on Trump. The president has long had a fraught relationship with Sessions and has regularly criticized him publicly for recusing himself from the Russia investigation.