Thursday, April 18, 2019

Mueller report

Less than a month after Special Counsel Robert Mueller wrapped up a nearly two-year investigation, Americans today can read Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election — minus the portions redacted by the Attorney General William Barr’s Department of Justice, that is.
The almost 400-page report, which covers the special counsel’s findings on Russian interference and whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice, was publicly released after Barr held a press conference Thursday morning, during which he defended Trump.
There are a number of different ways to read the redacted version of the report. Here’s how you can read the findings yourself:

Directly from the Department of Justice:

The most direct way to see the Mueller report is to visit the special counsel’s website, which posted the redacted report after it was delivered to Congress on Thursday morning. The website also contains links to other documents related to the special counsel investigation, including Roger Stone’s indictment and Michael Cohen’s plea agreement.

1 comment :

  1. Got MUCH better stuff to do than slog through the muck and slime in the report.


    I would encourage Democrats to go at it and to have a field day with it.

    The more the Dems thrash around, the more they'll sink. Sort of like quicksand.


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