The Washington Post’s Robert Costa said on MSNBC last April that the Mueller team wanted to release multiple reports, including one in the summer of 2018, which allegedly had “different conclusions about the president’s conduct, his behavior while in office.” It’s unclear whether a report of this kind was submitted last summer, but either way it was not made public.

While the paper didn’t make predictions about whether the probe would conclude, the Post reported in June that Mueller was “ pushing to write up his findings by summer’s end.”

In July, Bloomberg News reported that Mueller had “an eye toward producing conclusions—and possible indictments—related to collusion by fall.”

Politico didn’t give a specific date, but said in October 2018 that Mueller’s team appeared “eager to wrap it up.”