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AG Bill Bar Blindsides Trump With Betrayal Move, Sides With Mueller On Report

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There has, of course, been a huge amount of talk about Russia in recent times in American politics. Democrats‘ hearts across the United States sank when headlines appeared containing the words “no collusion” and “exoneration” following the completion and delivery of the report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into whether the Trump campaign might have colluded with Russian state actors back in 2016 to get Donald Trump elected to the position of President of the United States and leader of the free world. However, it was not long before everyone started to realize that we were relying fully on a very brief and highly questionable summary of the report from Attorney General Bill Barr, a longtime Trump ally and very close friend of the Trump family.

So, naturally, people started to demand that the Mueller report itself should be published so that the public can read it for themselves. Shcokingly, Barr now seems to have abandoned Trump completely and is reportedly working with Mueller directly to try to get the report published, which will surely have the White House totally infuriated:

Those include grand jury material, information that would compromise sensitive sources and methods; information that could affect ongoing investigations, including those referred by Mueller’s office to other Justice Department offices and information that could infringe on the personal privacy and reputation of “peripheral third parties.” “Our progress is such that I anticipate we will be in a position to release the report by mid-April, if not sooner,” Barr wrote. Barr said last week’s letter detailing Mueller’s “principal conclusions” was not intended to be an “exhaustive recounting” of the special counsel’s investigation.

Barr described Mueller’s report as nearly 400 pages long, not including the tables and supporting materials, which he said sets forth Mueller’s analysis, findings and the reasons for his conclusions. “Everyone will soon be able to read it on their own,” Barr wrote. “I do not believe it would be in the public’s interest for me to attempt to summarize the full report or to release it in serial or piecemeal fashion.” Asked about Barr’s commitment to release a redacted version of Mueller’s report, Trump said he has “a lot of confidence” in Barr “and if that’s what he’d like to do, I have nothing to hide.” He spoke at Mar-a-Lago, his private estate in Florida.

This is incredible. Trump had previously vowed that the report should not be made public, but he is now clearly terrified because he has realized that he will not be able to stop Barr and Mueller from working together to expose the truth.


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