Special Counsel Robert Mueller appears poised to reveal whether his probe found collusion between Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia and whether Trump committed obstruction of justice for his actions after assuming the presidency in 2017.

Mueller will disclose his findings, at least to his boss, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, after the November midterm elections, according to a Bloomberg report that cited two anonymous U.S. officials. The president and his supporters have called for Mueller to bring his investigation, which Trump has repeatedly called a witch hunt, to a close.

The probe has led to indictments of Russian military intelligence operatives, the conviction of former Trump Campaign Manager Paul Manafort, and plea agreements for Manafort and his former business partner and Deputy Campaign Manager Rick Gates, as well as deals for former foreign policy aide George Papadopoulos and a guilty plea on eight counts from the president’s former lawyer Michael Cohen.