I didn't miss that. The reason? Nothing "of value" could be determined from THIS exchange. That was the same determination that Mueller made in Part 1 of his report. The Justice Department is at odds with the IG in this regard. This isn't the end too as the actual Whistleblower complaint still lingers. Of course, this JD decision was made without the knowledge that Trump had personally put on hold the nearly $400M aid to Ukraine days before. They were simply looking for an explicit quid pro quo in the call. That didn't exist. This is potentially like trying to evaluate the situation looking through the keyhole. One can certainly read into the conversation an implicit quid pro quo if one is predisposed to believing that.