As the Mueller Report Drops, a Transparency Fight Begins - Hit & Run

As the Mueller Report Drops, a Transparency Fight Begins - Hit & Run

As the Mueller Report Drops, a Transparency Fight Begins - Hit & Run

If Bill Barr releases the report (or a summary of its conclusions) today, it'll be the only topic of discussion on Sunday morning. Like most Americans, the people of Maryland's Sixth District want and deserve the fullest possible disclosure of the results of their investigation.

Leader Schumer and I yesterday issued a joint statement reiterating Democrats' call for transparency, stating ...

Unlike Mr. Mueller, whose mandate was largely focused on any links between the Trump campaign and the Russian government's interference in the 2016 presidential election, the federal prosecutors in Manhattan take an expansive view of their jurisdiction.

"The Mueller investigation has shown us what the American people already know and that's that Trump and his inner circle are corrupt", she said.

If you constantly went on TV or wrote things to mislead millions into believing Mueller was coming to arrest Trump, Jr., Jared and a whole slew of others for conspiring with the Russians, just admit it.

"It's way too early to speculate about that", Nadler said but demanded that the entire Mueller report be made public because "The only institution that can is Congress, and you should not hide the evidence because that converts it into a cover-up".

House Democrats, anxious about how President Donald Trump's Justice Department will handle the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's findings, are demanding the full report and underlying evidence be publicly released and are warning they may use their subpoena power to get the information.

Mueller was assigned to the job in May 2017 by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversaw much of his work.

"Attorney General Barr must make the #Mueller report public and provide all underlying documents to Congress without delay", he said. We know Paul Manafort provided internal polling data to a Russian connected to Putin's intelligence operation.

None of those charges directly related to the allegations of collusion between the campaign and Moscow - allegations that President Trump has always denied.

Six committee chairmen who are all running congressional investigations into the Trump administration, White House and Trump's businesses, all spoke briefly on the call, according to the source, along with House Caucus Chairman Hakeem Jeffries. "First of all, we don't know what indictments are forthcoming from other investigations that have been spun out by the special prosecutor to the Southern District of NY or the Eastern District of Virginia". As of Friday evening, the White House had not received or been briefed on the report.

During an appearance on ABC's This Week, Republican Representative Jim Jordan of OH defended and deflected criticisms of President Donald Trump and speculated that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference wouldn't be the "bombshell" Democrats were hoping for. The Justice Department was expected to release the main findings as soon as Saturday.

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