Thursday finally brought a look at the Mueller report - but will what is inside change anybody's mind?
"There was no evidence of the Trump campaign's collusion with the Russian government's hacking," said Attorney General William Barr.
Michigan Democrats quickly pounced on its other findings.
Congressman Andy Levin reached by phone said this is just the first chapter in a book of ongoing investigations.
"Russian interference in the 2016 election was extensive and that the president welcomed information that was clearly illegally obtained so that was very troubling," said Rep. Andy Levin, D-Michigan. "His campaign expected to benefit from Russia's interference."
But Michigan Congressman Paul Mitchell, a Republican, says lawmakers need to move on to immigration, healthcare, and infrastructure
"It would be nice if we actually spent serious time working on those things," Mitchell said. "Partisan arguments about one investigation or another doesn't get things done for the American people."
The Michiganders who spoke to FOX 2 just want to see the 400-plus page report - for themselves.
"There's been so much talk and so many different opinions - I want to see what's there and form my own opinion," said Josephine Cross.
But will anything in this report - actually change anyone's opinion - or are we too divided and digging in?
"It's a tug of war and sometimes one side's stronger sometimes the other side is stronger," said Morgan Sallee
"I really don't think people change their minds about things - they make up their mind and believe what they want to believe," said Patrick Andrzejczyk.