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Democrats in Congress Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday evening attacked in front of the Ministry of justice planned publication of an edited version of the Special Counsel, Robert Mueller’s report on Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections and allegations of collusion between the trump campaign and Russian officials.

To keep Barr is set for 9:30 a.m. press conference Thursday, accompanied by the Deputy General Prosecutor Rod Rosenstein, who oversaw the Mueller investigation to the special counsel appointment in may 2017. Neither Müller nor the other members of his team will participate, according to special Council spokesman Peter Carr. Democrats criticized the timing of the press conference, to say that Barr would get his interpretation of the Miller report to the Congress, and the public sees it.

At a press conference on Wednesday afternoon, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, said the Jury was expected to get a copy of the report, between 11 a.m. and noon, “according to the attorney general’ s 9:30 a.m. press conference. This is wrong.”

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“The General state attorney, displayed, run a media campaign on behalf of President Trump, who said very much the subject of the investigation in the heart of the Mueller report,” Nadler told reporters. “Instead of the facts in the report speak for themselves, the General state of spiders taken lawyer unprecedented steps to Müller’ s nearly two-year investigation.”

Hakeem Jeffries, another member of the Committee on legal Affairs and the Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, accused Barr of the Jeffries, the “so-called Attorney General called” “the presidency on a dog and pony show.

“Here’s a thought added,” Jeffries. “The release of the Mueller report in the morning and you keep your mouth shut. You have ZERO credibility.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., tweeted that Barr “thrown away his credibility & the DOJ’s independence and his single-minded efforts to protect @real Donald trump about everything. The American people do not deserve the truth, an adjusted version of the Miller-report approved by the trump-Admin”.

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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, said: “The process is poisoned, before the report is ever published.”

“Barr should not be, the turning of the report, but it is doubly outrageous that he does it before America is given a chance to read it,” Schumer added.

Democrats were more Wednesday, angered by a New York Times report said justice Department officials have had “numerous discussions with the White house lawyers” about Miller’s conclusions, which have helped the President’s legal team, as it prepares a refutation of the special Council report. The times report has not been independently confirmed by Fox News.

Late Wednesday, Nadler, and four other Democratic Committee chairmen in a joint statement published in the call to Barr to cancel the Thursday morning press conference, calling it “unnecessary and inappropriate.”

“He [Barr] should have the full report speak for themselves, read the statement from Nadler, Adam Schiff, D-Calif., Elijah Cummings, D-Md., Maxine Waters, D-Calif., and Eliot Engel, D-NY, “The attorney General should cancel the press conference and give the full report to the Congress, as we have requested. With the Special Counsel’s fact-gathering work is completed, it is now the Congress” to assess responsibility, the findings and evidence and proceed accordingly.”

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In court documents filed in the case against Roger stone on Wednesday, the justice Ministry also said it planned to a “limited number” of members of Congress and their staff access to a copy of the Miller report with fewer redactions than the public version. Nadler claimed on Wednesday night that the justice Committee “has no knowledge and this should not be read as an agreement or knowledge or consent on our side.”

Nadler added that he would call “probably you find it useful” to Müller and members of his team to testify after the reading of the version of the report-Barr-releases.

The report is expected to reveal what is revealed Müller, on the relations between the Trump campaign, and Russia, fell short of criminal behavior. And, it is likely to be connected to the Layout of the special Council conclusions on the formative episodes in the trump suit presidency, including his dismissal of FBI Director James Comey sought to Comey to end an investigation into Trump’s first national security Advisor, Michael Flynn, his relentless badgering of former attorney General Jeff Sessions about his recusal from the Russia-investigation; and his role in drafting a statement about a meeting, his eldest son took place in the Trump Tower with a Pro-Kremlin lawyer.

The report is not to be expected that instead of the President in legal jeopardy, such as Barr from his own decision, trump should not be prosecuted for obstruction. But it is likely to include unflattering details about the President’s efforts to control the Russia investigation

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Overall, Mueller allegations against 34 persons, including six trump aides and advisers — and reveals a sophisticated, wide-scale Russian effort to influence the 2016 presidential elections. Twenty-five of the defendants, the Russians were accused of spreading either in the hacking of Democratic E-Mail accounts, or to a hidden, but powerful social media effort of disinformation online.

Five former trump-helper or adviser pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate in Miller’s investigation, including the former trump-campaign-Chairman Paul Manafort, the former national security Advisor, Michael Flynn, and his former personal attorney, Michael Cohen. Stone is awaiting trial on charges, including false statements and obstruction.

Fox News’ Jake Gibson, Chad Pergram and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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