President Donald Trump is apparently ready for the public to see Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report.????Trump told reporters on the South Lawn of the White House Wednesday: "Let it come out.
Let people see it.
Let's see if it’s legit,” according to The Hill.????He also repeated his claim that Mueller is quote conflicted.
According to CNBC Trump tweeted recently that Muller’s investigation into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia’s effort to interfere in the election was “... an illegal & conflicted investigation in search of a crime.
“????There has been speculation that Mueller’s report might be made public soon according to the Hill although the special counsel has not indicated when he will conclude his work.????This comes just days after a resolution was unanimously passed by the House calling for public release of the report that Mueller gives to the Justice Department.??
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