WH Staffers Fear Mueller Report Will Expose Them as Sources
WH Staffers Fear Mueller Report Will Expose Them as Sources
Mueller Report set to be released Thursday
17 April, 2019, 17:31
The Justice Department said on Monday that it expects to release the redacted version on Thursday morning, sending the findings of the almost two-year probe to Congress and making them available to the public.
"Mueller, and the A.G. based on Mueller findings (and great intelligence), have already ruled No Collusion, No Obstruction", Trump tweeted.
At least, it promises an eventual end to them. Democrats are demanding an un-redacted version of the report, and are threatening to take that fight to court.
On paper, it is nearly laughable that the way Barr has chosen to disseminate the Mueller Report is not being universally ridiculed as a primarily political, overtly strategic and conniving on behalf of Trump.
Bookmakers were offering odds on how Mr. Trump would react, such as how many times he will use "exonerate" or "exonerated".
Of course! It will do both at the same time, or so we will hear.
Members of the communications staff are also likely to make the rounds on television to speak about the report's release and defend the president. Does he love the Mueller report or despise it?
Let's consider the Democrats' narratives first.
"We haven't seen it".
Attorney General William Barr is set to release on Thursday morning a version of the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director's report - though a substantial portion is expected to be blacked out, redacted that is, for legal and security reasons. After Barr published his letter, Democrats doubled down on those allegations by adding accusations that Barr was covering up for his boss.
Congressman Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee that is probing the election, told CNN on Sunday that Barr should release the full report and underlying investigatory evidence to his panel, but Barr has balked.
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According to NBC News, White House aides and former officials fear that the Mueller report will out them as sources of information that would embarrass the president. "No, I'm talking about people in private life, not public officeholders", Barr said. All Barr intended with the summary letter, Rosenstein explained, was to give the "top-line conclusions" in as timely a manner as possible.
Barr then allowed three weeks to pass, letting Trump and his sycophants take their full victory lap, all while presumably working on redactions to the report.
Oddly enough, Trump and Republicans face a similar problem. Like when he incorrectly inferred that it proved his "total exoneration". (187 on Twitter.) He is clearly not a fan of the Mueller investigation.
The Justice Department regularly redacts information about people who were interviewed or scrutinised in investigations but not charged.
Trying to keep all this straight, he hates the Mueller investigation and thinks it's a made-up witch hunt, except when it reveals something damning about a person who once worked for Obama, in which case it then deserves all the attention from news outlets that he's spent his tenure in the White House also calling "fake". A number of White House aides have privately said they are eager for all Russian Federation stories, good or bad, to fade from the headlines.
Congressional Democrats cited precedent from previous investigations in saying they wanted to see it all.
"The downside of that strategy was they'll have to live by what's in the actual document", the strategist said.
Barr said he would examine the details of how the FBI's counterintelligence investigation began.
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