Mueller’s report will be available to the congress and public by mid-April

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US Attorney General Bill Barr will make the controversial report by Robert Mueller available to Congressmen and the public by mid-April. He announced this on Friday in a letter to parliamentarians in Washington, Washington Post quoted. He is currently editing sensitive material from the almost 400-page document. Certain passages should not be released. He assumes that the report can be published “by mid-April, if not earlier,” Barr wrote. “Everyone will be able to read it for themselves.”

However, it remained unclear how many parts of the report would be blurred. Blackened information about people, for example, has been investigated, but against which no charges are made. Even sensitive intelligence information may not be made public. The report should not be submitted in advance. The President declared that he did not want to exercise this right. The Minister of Justice himself wanted to answer the parliamentarians in the House of Representatives and Senate on May 1 and 2.

Special investigator Mueller spent almost two years investigating whether America’s President Donald Trump and his team worked with Moscow during the 2016 presidential campaign to influence the election.

Barr has presented only a four-page summary to Congress so far. According to Mueller, it is true that Russia tried to influence the 2016 presidential election. However, according to the summary, Mueller did not find any indications of actual cooperation with Trump or of collusion.

On the question of whether Trump obstructed the following judicial investigations, however, Mueller did not commit himself. Despite the restriction Trump declared himself “completely relieved”. He already used the report to set the mood for his political opponents and critics in a campaign appearance. He also wants to take legal action against the authors of the allegations. In the conversation is even the insertion of a second special investigator. Trump insists that none of his successors suffer such injustice as him.