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Special counsel Robert Müller concludes his report on the Russian investigation, chief White House correspondent John Roberts and chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reporting from Washington.
Attorney General Bill Barr has provided a letter to Capitol Hill announcing that he has received, Special Counsel Robert Müller of the report into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential race, and possible collusion with the trump staff.
Müller ‘s report was previously office delivered Friday afternoon, the Deputy General Prosecutor Rod Rosenstein, and it was delivered to Barr’s office said within minutes, a senior DOJ official to Fox News. The White house was informed that the DOJ had received the report at 4:45 PM, before the legislature were informed on Capitol Hill.
MÜLLER SETS A LONG-AWAITED RUSSIA PROBE REPORT TO THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE
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Dear Chairman Graham, Chairman Nadler, ranking member Feinstein, and ranking member Collins:
I am writing to notify you, pursuant to 28 C. F. R. 600.9(a)(3) , Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III has at the end of his investigation of the Russian interference in the election in 2016, and related matters. In addition to this communication, the Special Counsel regulations require that I pulled a “description and explanation of instances (if at all), in which the attorney General” or acting Attorney General “to conclude that a proposed action by a Special Council was so inappropriate or unwarranted under established departmental practices that it should not be followed.” 28 C. F. R. 600.9(a)(3).
There were no such cases during the Special Counsel’s investigation.
The Special Council has presented to me) today, a “confidential report, the prosecution or declination decisions,” which he has reached, as in 28 C. F. R. 600.8(c. I am reviewing the report and expect to advise that I may be able to you about the Special Council, the main conclusions as soon as this weekend.
Separately, I intend to consult with the Deputy attorney General Rosenstein and Special Counsel Müller, to determine what further information from the report can be published to the Congress and to the public in accordance with the law, including the Special Counsel regulations, and the Department, in the long-standing practice and policy. I am still committed to as much transparency as possible, and I’ll keep you up to date on the status of my review.
Finally, the Special Council shall be to provide rules that “the attorney General may determine that the public release of” this instruction “would be in the interest of the public.” 28 C. F. R. 600.9 (c). I was so determined, and I will.open letter to the public, after delivery to you
With kind Regards,
William P. Barr