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Trump says Mueller investigation report should be made public

24 March 2019, 01:01 | Tara Lloyd

President Donald Trump talks with journalists before departing the White House

Trump Says Mueller Report Should Be Made Public

"Attorney General William Barr is then expected to produce his own report for Congress and has said he wants to make public as much of Mueller's findings as he can under the law".

"I'm saying to myself, wait a minute, I just won one of the greatest elections of all time in the history of this country. and I have somebody writing the report who never got a vote, called the Mueller report".

"The bottom line: Do not expect a harsh condemnation of President Donald Trump or any of his associates if they have not been charged with crimes", Karl writes.

Comey wrote that despite his belief Trump is "morally unfit" for the presidency, he is "not rooting" for Mueller to demonstrate criminality by Trump.

Trump, of course, nominated Rosenstein, who was confirmed by the Republican-controlled Senate in a 94-6 vote.

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Mr. Trump fired Comey almost two years ago, an action that prompted Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to appoint Mueller, himself a former Federal Bureau of Investigation director.

Though Mueller's office has said nothing publicly about the timing of a report, several prosecutors detailed to Mueller's team have left in recent months, suggesting the investigation is winding down.

But the claim, which Comey made in the New York Times, is at odds with the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director's testimony about his actions shortly after being fired by Trump in May 2017.

The messaging could carry the President through the critical final stages of the Mueller investigation, and also frame a pillar of his re-election argument as he heads out onto the campaign trail ahead of the 2020 campaign.

President Donald Trump shakes hands with then-FBI Director James Comey at the White House, on January 22, 2017.

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Still, the President said, he "look [s] forward to seeing the report".

But not only did Comey say he does not know whether Mueller's report will find that Trump conspired with Russians or that he obstructed justice during the investigation, "I also don't care", he said.

Mueller, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation director, was appointed in May 2017 with widespread bipartisan backing in Congress, four months into Trump's turbulent presidency. That's a tremendous victory. He will say things like, "I don't care, and tt doesn't bother me" when it does.

As is typical, Trump also misstates the Electoral College vote. "I don't think it's any evidence of anything that might happen in the future".

Trump is not the only senior Washington politician who is preparing the political terrain for the eventual filing of the Mueller report. "I mean, frankly, I told the House, 'If you want, let them see it'".

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