Attorney General Barr to Release Mueller Report
Attorney General Barr to Release Mueller Report The Attorney General held a press conference at the Department of Justice prior to the release.
During his prepared statement to the press, Barr described what the report investigated, the conclusions of the report and how the report was redacted for the public.
He reiterated the report found no evidence that "any American" conspired or coordinated with Russia to influence the 2016 Presidential election.
William Barr, US AG, via 'The Washington Post' William Barr, US AG, via 'The Washington Post' Barr emphasized that no portion of the report had been redacted due to Executive privilege, at the request of President Trump or White House lawyers.
He also said that leaders of "Congressional committees" would be able to view the un-redacted report, except for portions "relating to grand jury information." When asked if he would permit Mueller to personally testify before Congress, Barr said he had "no objection to Bob Mueller" testifying before Congress.