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DOJ Commits to Vague Timeline for Mueller Report Details

Without a doubt, the most pressing political issue for many Americans today is what, if anything, we will get to learn from the 22-month Robert Mueller investigation into Russian “collusion”.

With Attorney General Bill Barr’s 4 page summary being made public on Sunday afternoon, the American people were left with more questions than answers.  We do know that Robert Mueller found no evidence for which to charge the President of the United States with a crime, nor did he suggest any further indictments by the Department of Justice.

But, that’s about all that we understand for certain.

The DOJ today outlined a timeline for further information to be released.

U.S. Attorney General William Barr plans to issue a public version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election within “weeks, not months,” a Justice Department official said on Tuesday.

Barr released his own summary of the report’s central findings on Sunday, but said he needed more time to review the report to determine how much of it could be made public.

He relayed his plans to release a public version of the report in the coming weeks to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham during a phone call this week, the official said.

Concerns over the privacy of those not facing indictment were of concern, as well as possible national security secrets becoming public knowledge.

A majority of Americans, as well as the President, believe that disclosure of the details of the report would be beneficial to We The People.

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