closevideo what’s next for Congress after the publication of the Müller-probe?
A version of the Special Counsel, Robert Müller the report into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections, which will be available on Capitol Hill, lawmakers in “weeks, not months,” state attorney General Bill Barr said Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, who has learned during a Monday phone call, Fox News.
According to a senior Department of Justice official, Barr is not to say, Graham, R-S. C., that he intends to share the report with the White house in the run-up to the publication.
Graham told Fox News that Democrats are pushing to the report, published by the 2. April “have no idea.”
“I don’t know what the magic for the next week,” he said, adding that, based on what told Barr to him about the release of the report, “he did not think it would be for always.” To speak to Graham Barr are scheduled to return later Tuesday night.
A Ministry of justice official, detailed Mueller team, meanwhile, has now been help in detail to the DOJ to sort through the report to determine what is admissible and to release publicly and what is not.
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Müller put his long-awaited report to Barr last Friday, and it was quickly revealed that no further indictments in connection with the probe would be in soon.
A four-page summary released on Sunday by Barr discussed the “most important results” of the 22-month investigation found that Müller’s proof that President Trump the team, or all employees of the Trumpf had a campaign, conspiring to pivot with Russia, to support the 2016 election — “in spite of several offers from the Russian-associated persons, the Trump campaign.”
Although Müller pointed out that his report indictments that are yet to be made public sealed not “relieve charges” Trump of obstruction of justice, Barr wrote the “report, no other charges is recommended, the Specific advice.”
Trump later tweeted that the summary of the results is set equal to “Complete and Total RELIEF!”
Fox News’ Chad Pergram and Gregg Re contributed to this report.