News

The former Watergate Prosecutor: Trump should be happy with the Mueller investigation…so far

in the proximity ofvideo media erupt on Mueller report

No more indictments: Did you press to go far to sample?

Former assistant Watergate Prosecutor Jon Sale, said on Sunday that President Donald Trump should be very happy with what has been revealed of Special Counsel Robert Müller of the report into Russian interference in the election of 2016 – but warned that this is only “one round.”

Seen on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” sale said that the summary of Müller ‘ s report, which is expected to be on Sunday by attorney General William Barr could be more light on what turns Miller’s investigation, but it will probably be the people disappointed in search of more details in each of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials in 2016.

“I think, in the first round, the President should very be happy” sale. “But it’s only one round, and now, where are we? We are waiting for the attorney General to decide what will be its summary.”

“THIS IS A GRAND SLAM:’ TRUMP TEAM ‘CONVINCED’ NO COLLUSION IN THE MÜLLER-REPORT

Sale added: “What [Barr] received from Mueller is, by regulation, confidential…What I think he will at some point release today, can’t disappoint us, because I think it is so in detail and provide the underlying information on the everyone has been waiting for.”

Müller’s investigations are known to have been closed without a recommendation for further prosecution, after he was caught nearly three dozen people, a senior trump campaign officials among them. The probe lights of Russia’s attack on the American political system, painted the trump campaign as eagerly to publication of hacked E-Mails from Democratic to hurt Hillary Clinton exposed, and by Trump’s assistant to cover a number of carefully, to your Russia-related contacts.

Video

Müller presented his report to Barr instead of directly to the Congress and the public, because, in contrast to independent consultants, such as Ken Starr, in the case of President Bill Clinton, his investigation of the Ministry and operated under the supervision of the judiciary that appointed him.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FOX NEWS APP

Müller was commissioned, commissioned in may 2017, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversaw much of his work. Barr and Rosenstein analyzed Müller ‘ to compress s report on Saturday, the work and a summary of the main conclusions to write.

Barr said he wants to get rid, as much as he can, under the law. This decision will require him to weigh the justice Ministry’s long-standing Protocol of non-negative information about people, was not charged against the extraordinary public interest in a criminal investigation against the President and his campaign.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.

Most popular