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Podesta says "important to see the whole report"

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Podesta says 'important to see the whole report'

Podesta says "important to see the whole report"

On "CBS This Morning", John Podesta, whose email was hacked while he served as Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign chairman, said he accepts the conclusion of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report clearing Donald Trump of conspiracy with Russia but that "it's important to see the whole report." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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Podesta says "important to see the whole report"

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) On "CBS This Morning", John Podesta, who was Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign chairman, said he accepts the conclusion of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report clearing Donald Trump of conspiracy with Russia.

Podesta added that he thinks it's important that the public gets to see the entire report.

Mueller wrapped up his investigation after nearly two years on Friday and submitted his findings to Attorney General William Barr, who on Sunday released a four-page summary saying there was no evidence of criminal conspiracy between Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and Russia in the 2016 election.

Mueller neither accused Trump of obstruction of justice in trying to impede the investigation nor exonerated him of obstruction, according to Barr's summary.

Barr did said he and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had concluded the evidence from the investigation "is not sufficient to establish that the president committed an obstruction-of-justice offense." Democrats have called for Mueller's complete findings to be released to Congress and the public and vowed to call Barr to appear before lawmakers to answer questions.

The Mueller investigation had cast a cloud over the Republican Trump's presidency but he has declared himself fully exonerated.

Asked if the summary opened the door to pardons of former campaign chairman Paul Manafort or any others who have been convicted or pleaded guilty in Mueller's probe, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told reporters there has been "no discussion that I'm aware of" regarding pardons.




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