This is a reasonable conclusion, and from what we've seen publicly, probably the most generous. I tend to agree with Ice, that the public support of Russia was part of the quid pro quo. Trump's attempts at getting a deal for a building in Russia that were ongoing (and hidden) and his past deals, bail outs, loans from Russian linked orgs are just too much smoke for me to believe he just coincidentally supported Russia, and so Russia decided to make him their guy. Whether there is enough that can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt (and it MUST be proven beyond a reasonable doubt for a case with these stakes and political implications) is to be seen. The bar seems almost impossibly high. Anything short of Trump whispering to Putin into a federal mic "lets do a collusion" might not be enough to straight up indict him. While that sucks, the bar SHOULD be high. Mitch McConnell and the current gen of republican congress is machiavellian enough that had there been precedent, who knows what they would have tried to indict Obama on. Anyways did you guys see Schiffs response to the political move by the Republicans using their victory lap political capital? Honestly think its a pretty decent summary of the things we ALL saw that have yet to be explained sufficiently that at the VERY LEAST justified an investigation.