Monday, 15 April 2019 Suspense is building in Washington over the pending release of the Mueller report, expected sometime this week. To the dismay of many Democrats, Attorney General William Barr will only be providing Congress with the same redacted version the public will see. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid and Politico Playbook co-author Daniel Lippman join CBSN with more.
White House lawyers held discussions with DOJ officials about the conclusions in the Mueller report on suspected Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election The purpose of the talks was to aid the Department of Justice in preparing for the report's release. According to Reuters, the bombshell news...
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