Robert Mueller's Russia Report to Be Released Thursday
Robert Mueller's Russia Report to Be Released Thursday In 2017, Mueller was tasked with finding out if President Trump won the 2016 election due to Russian interference.
Last month, Attorney General William Barr told Congress that Mueller did not find any reason to suspect that Trump conspired with the Russians.
As a result, it is presumed that Trump will not be charged with obstruction of justice.
Instead, the report is expected to reveal the facts that led to Barr's statement.
According to Barr, it will not be Mueller's complete report, but it will consist of close to 400 pages of "tables and appendices." Barr also revealed that he has been working to redact four kinds of information from the report.
Those types of information include grand jury material, foreign intelligence that could compromise sources, other ongoing cases and information that might harm "peripheral third parties who were not charged." According to 'NPR,' Sen.
Brian Schatz asked Barr if the report was going to make sense or if they'd be required to "flip 15 pages to find the next text." Attorney General William Barr, via 'NPR'