Trump Calls For Public Release Of Mueller Russia Investigation Report

Behind Donald Trump's plan to beat the Robert Mueller report — with the aid of Fox News
Trump Lays Down Cover Fire Before Release Of Mueller Report
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24 March, 2019

"We'll see what the report says - let's see if it's fair".

Trump's new attorney general, William Barr, committed during his January 15 confirmation hearing to releasing as much of the Mueller report as laws and regulations allow.

Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former lawyer, recently testified before the House Oversight and Reform Committee, on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Speaking to reporters Wednesday, Trump addressed Mueller's highly anticipated report. But the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director said Democrats should push for something far more productive, such as taking back the White House in 2020.

As he has before, Trump questioned the legitimacy of Mueller's investigation.

Another issue is that as much of Mueller's investigation represents a counter intelligence probe into election meddling by Russian spy agencies, some findings might need to remain classified.

Attorney General nominee William Barr testifies on the first day of his confirmation hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee at the Capitol in Washington
Trump says he does not mind if public sees Mueller's Russia probe report

"I just won one of the greatest elections of all time in the history of this country and even you will admit that". The U.S. House has already voted 420 to 0 to release the report, but now the Senate refuses to vote on the measure. White House officials are aware of the speculation that Mueller could file his report at any moment and are prepared for that possibility, but they have no special insight or inside information about when that will happen. So, explain that, because my voters don't get it.

However, what he said today seems to contradict what he said just last week. via social media, he tweeted, "there should be no Mueller report". The decision is left to Trump's hand-picked attorney general, unless Congress acts. At the same time, let it come out. The scope of the probe was provided by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and was revised in August 2017, most of which remains heavily redacted (pdf). He is not "just" writing a report.

Trump and his outside attorneys have worked for months now to undermine Mueller and cast doubt on his eventually findings. "So you know, I-so what it is-now, let's see whether or not it's legit. The "Russian collusion" narrative is falling apart, and they know it". There was no nothing.

"I don't believe him because he has obstructed every step along the way", Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell of California said on "Erin Burnett OutFront" on Wednesday. "End of the following day, they get him for this". I don't mean that Congress shouldn't move ahead with the process of impeachment governed by our Constitution, if Congress thinks the provable facts are there. I don't-I don't think people get it.

That report, experts say, is unlikely to be revealed in the raw - it could have confidential data on people not charged, as well as top secret information on sources.

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