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Yes, the Special Counsel investigation will proceed at a deliberative, careful and secretive pace, and the findings of the report will not be released until all the i's are dotted and the t's crossed. The could be next year. In the meantime, there will likely be more indictments of some of the key people of interest, but these might be nothing more than "lying to the FBI" or "obstruction of justice" sending a message to others that he means business. "Do not lie to the FBI."
The Congressional committees conducting parallel investigations have become too partisan to expect anything meaningful to come out of their findings. Devin Nunes is Trump's lapdog, but there are a whole lot of other Republicans that are obstructing the respective investigations.
One doesn't have to be a lawyer to understand that many of the Trump and Kushner organizations dealings with foreign entities are highly questionable. This July 2017 article by Criag Unger in the New Republic, Trump's Russian Laundromat, will give you an appreciation of the extent of the money laundering operation over the past 34 years. It is mind boggling, and could take much longer to unravel into prosecutable cases.
At the time Unger wrote his article, the investigative journalism up to that point had not found any "smoking guns" as it pertains to Trump's ties to Russia. But then the journalists did not have an "A Team" of expert lawyers doing the in-depth investigations. Robert Mueller now has that along with the power of the subpoena, and I expect that justice will be served eventually. The American public just needs to be patient and not distracted by both the Trump and Republican obstructionist tactics and rhetoric.
One final point. It should be evident to everyone by now that Trump has something to hide as per Russian ties. In other words, he appears to be compromised. Why else is he so protective of Putin and Russia? We will find out when Mueller completes his work.