What you won't see in the Mueller report

What you won't see in the Mueller report

Attorney General William Barr will hold a news conference at 9:30 a.m. (1330 GMT) on Thursday to discuss the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential race, the Justice Department said on Wednesday. 'Wow! FBI made 11 payments to Fake Dossier's discredited author, Trump hater Christopher Steele. "These were crimes committed by Crooked Hillary, the DNC, Dirty Cops and others!"

"Trump had been referring to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation at the time, but two congressional committees in the control of Democrats ran roughshod over that boundary on Tuesday", the report said.

The total Mueller report is almost 400-pages long, but Barr has been working with the special counsel's office to redact four kinds of information from the document: grand jury material, foreign intelligence, facts relating to ongoing investigations and information about people who were not charged with a crime. The report's publication promises an end to some of the divisions that engulfed the first half of Donald Trump's term as president and dominated the midterm elections.

"[Barr] got in there and grabbed the ball and ran with it but I also think his view is of no outcome really because once Mueller decided that he couldn't make an ultimate declaration of the commission of a crime of obstruction, that meant the president wasn't going to be prosecuted", Bharara added.

Attorney General William Barr released a four-page summary of Mueller's findings three weeks ago, saying the prosecutor had concluded that Trump and his campaign did not collude with Russian Federation to help him win but had reached no conclusion whether Trump obstructed justice.

Attorney General William Barr arrives to appear before a Senate Appropriations subcommittee to make his Justice Department budget request, April 10, 2019, in Washington. That remark came after Barr told a Senate panel he believed there was "spying" by US intelligence authorities on Trump's 2016 campaign - a charge he later tried to walk back.

In fact, he has had 60 such question-and-answer sessions while heading to the chopper since taking office, according to Martha Joynt Kumar, a presidential scholar who specializes in White House interactions with the press and presidential transitions.

Mr. Trump, meanwhile, is trying to keep the public focused on Mr. Mueller's bigger conclusion that there was no criminal conspiracy with Russian Federation - undercutting the narrative that launched the lengthy investigation.

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused the attorney general last week of "going off the rails".

"I am most interested in reading if anyone inside the campaign reported to the Federal Bureau of Investigation or others any contact with Russian officials or individuals who promised to provide dirt", former Democratic National Committee chairwoman Donna Brazile told Politico this week. Sparring over the report in advance of its release is rampant. The likelihood is high that details from the report will keep the White House press office busy for the next several weeks parrying criticisms and that they will make Trump's "the Mueller report was great" victory lap look pretty silly.

Asked by Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen, at a hearing last week if that meant he would redact information to protect the interests of Mr Trump, Mr Barr said it did not.

But Democrats said they were not interested in impeachment, for now, and were likely to argue in court that they didn't need to be in an official impeachment proceeding to receive the materials.

Congressman Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee that is probing the election, told CNN on Sunday that Barr should release the full report and underlying investigatory evidence to his panel, but Barr has balked. "It was a big con job and everybody knows it..." "The reason for this is because Republicans and Democrats in the electorate hate the other side so much". "This crime was all made up, it was all a fabrication and that's come out loud and clear".

Both of Trump's sons took part in the campaign, though, so Barr's limit might not apply to them either. He later amended his remarks, saying that while he is "not saying that improper surveillance occurred", he is "concerned about it and looking into it".

The report will also redact any classified information that, if publicly released, would disclose secret intelligence sources and methods, or, put someone's life at risk. Below is a rundown of some of what we know about the Mueller report's imminent unveiling and what we can expect when it lands on our collective doorstep.

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