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President Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani comments on the completion of the Robert-Müller-investigation; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports.
President Trump will not find the legal team projected confidence Friday, Special Counsel Robert Mueller agreements connected to that of the President, as he is about the results of his exhaustive study of Russian interference, while the 2016 presidential elections.
“This marks the end of the Russia-investigation. We expect a disclosure of the facts” and lawyer Rudy Giuliani told Fox News late Friday. “We are confident that there is no need to search for the appointment by the President, and this underscores what the President has said from the beginning that he did nothing wrong.”
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Giuliani’s statement comes after Miller submitted his report to Attorney General William Barr.
The conclusions are not yet known, but Barr said he could be in the position to advise Congress of the key points as early as this weekend.
That alone was reason for optimism in the trump world.
“This is a grand slam-President of the Trump. If Barr says, he means short the Congress by this weekend, he has nothing,” said Joe diGenova, a former U.S. attorney who has advised Trump on the probe.
Giuliani and Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow also told Fox News on Friday that she is “pleased that the Office of Special Counsel, has delivered its report,” notes: “Attorney General Barr to determine the appropriate next steps.”
The completion of an investigation have been tight-lipped from the beginning, Barr quiet in a letter to the Republican and Democratic members of the house of representatives and the Senate judiciary committees late on Friday informing them of the probe is completed.
“Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III has at the end of his investigation of the Russian interference in the election of 2016 and related issues,” Barr’s letter to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, ranking member Doug Collins, R-Ga.; Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S. C.; and Ranking member Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., Read.
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“Separately, I have no intention of, with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Special Counsel Müller, in order to determine what further information from the report can be published to the Congress and to the public in accordance with law, including the Special Counsel regulations, and the Department, in the long-standing practice and policy.”
Barr also said in the letter, advising that he “may be able to be on the Special Council, the main conclusions as soon as this weekend.”
In spite of the fact that the investigation came to an end, after almost two years, Müller has still, special counsel, according to justice Ministry officials.
In a statement on Friday, Collins said he was looking forward to the review of Barr’s report “carefully.”
“I expect you to complete the special counsel’s report to this Committee and to the public, the Ministry of justice to release immediately and legally permissible,” Collins said.
Nadler weighed and on Twitter call for transparency.
“A. G. Barr has confirmed that the conclusion of the Special Counsel investigation. We are looking forward to the full Mueller report and the associated materials. Transparency and the public interest require nothing less. The need for public confidence in the rule of law must be a priority,” Nadler tweeted Friday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, released a joint statement calling for the release of the report.
“It is essential that Mr. Barr, the full report to the public and its underlying documentation and reporting to the Congress,” they said in a statement.
“Attorney General Barr is not President Trump, his lawyers or his personnel must give up all the ‘sneak preview’ of the Special Counsel to Mueller’s findings or evidence, and the White house must not only interfere in the decisions about what parts are made of these findings or the evidence to the public.”
Fox News’ Doug McKelway and Jake Gibson contributed to this report.