That the White House would spin these findings — a mere summary of a summary, as it were — is hardly a surprise. But Americans would be wise to remember that prosecutors, including Mr. Mueller, aren’t in the business of finding people blameless. They are in the business of collecting evidence and deciding whether to prosecute. There’s a big difference. And the special counsel has been doing plenty of prosecuting and plea bargaining. From Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign manager, to Michael Cohen, the president’s former personal attorney, not to mention Michael Flynn and Richard Gates, there has been no shortage of people in the president’s inner circle to face criminal charges. In all, more than 30 people, including some Russian nationals, have been charged with more than 200 counts of criminal activity as a result of the Mueller probe.