WASHINGTON (AP) – The Justice Department expects to make special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Russia investigation public on Thursday morning.
Spokeswoman Kerri Kupec stated Monday the redacted report can be despatched to Congress and made out there to the general public Thursday.
Mueller formally concluded his investigation late last month and submitted an almost 400-page report to Lawyer Basic William Barr. Barr offered a four-web page letter to Congress that detailed Mueller’s “principal conclusions.”
Barr stated the particular counsel did not find a felony conspiracy between Russia and Donald Trump’s associates through the 2016 presidential marketing campaign.
However Mueller didn’t attain a definitive conclusion on whether or not Trump obstructed justice. As an alternative, Barr stated he didn’t consider the proof was enough to prove that Trump had obstructed justice.