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The Mueller Report’s Length Raises Concerns Over Barr’s Letter

As the DOJ works to prepare the Mueller report for public consumption, new doubts have been raised concerning AG Barr’s brevity.

In the halls of Congress, and around the dinner table in Small-town, USA, Americans are demanding answers.

Robert Mueller’s 22 month long investigation into the alleged “collusion” between the Trump campaign and the Russian government has come and gone, with no indictments for the President.

On the left, they’re infuriated and frustrated, hoping that the Mueller report may somehow nullify their nightmarish 2016 election results.  On the right, a new investigation seems inevitable; this one into why the first investigation even got started in the first place.

There will certainly more answers to come, as Attorney General Bob Barr, as well as the President, have repeatedly called for transparency.  As of now, the only information that we have from the Mueller report is contained in the four page summary provided publicly and to Congress by Barr himself.

Now, the New York Times and others are reporting that the entire Mueller report itself is over three hundred pages in length, calling into question the brevity of the Barr summary.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report is more than 300 pages long, according to a senior Justice Department official.

The official told Fox News Thursday that Attorney General Bill Barr told House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., about the length of the report during a short phone call on Wednesday.

A spokesman for the special counsel declined to comment when asked about the length of the report.

Barr and the DOJ have been working feverishly to ready the report for public consumption, removing anything disparaging to those not indicted, and combing through what Grand Jury testify can and cannot be included.

Congressional leaders have called for a full copy of the report to be made available by April 2nd.

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