It’s not bad but it would have been helpful to say that a prosecutor never, NEVER says “the subject is innocent.” The language is alway, “…we did not establish” …" which leaves die-hards room to say “SEE? They did not say there was no evidence! They just didn’t have enough to prosecute!”
In other words, a 9-month-old baby could still be guilty of a crime, using the language that prosecutors must use. Given the intensity of and the length of this investigation, it is pretty clear that the administration has a right to claim complete exoneration, given there were ZERO indictments on conspiracy to collude. To conspire you have to have at least ONE co-conspirator, yet there were none charged.
As to obstruction, Mueller did no one any favors by weaseling out on making a charge or not. But Barr certainly covered all the bases when he had virtually anyone else in the DOJ who could comment to do so - and they all apparently agreed that it was not obstruction - including Mueller’s immediate boss, Rod Rosenstein, who has certainly been no friend of the President.