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Doug Collins On Democrats Investigating Russian Collusion

25 March 2019, 12:29 | Tracey Rhodes

Alex Wong Pool Cnp ZUMA Press Newscom

Robert Mueller

His summary for Congress is not expected for at least another day.

Meanwhile, there's little indication at this point that either Barr or the White House will seek to hide the report.

The special counsel regulations require Mueller to write up his findings and submit them to the attorney general, which he did. "The American people have a right to know everything".

Billionaire liberal activist Tom Steyer, who has been running ads calling for Trump's impeachment, noted that many Republicans are already suggesting that Mueller's report clears Trump, even before the details are known. The end of the investigation is seen as good news for the Trump administration because it comes with no new indictments, undercutting accusations that the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation during the 2016 election. Barr and Mueller are said to be friends, and Mueller attended the weddings of Barr's children.

We also know of Trump's pattern to discredit and dislodge the investigations into him and his associates by, among other things, pressuring then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions to un-recuse himself, imploring his White House counsel to fire Mueller, firing FBI Director James B. Comey, publicly trashing the prosecution while Manafort's trial was ongoing, concocting false conspiracy theories (e.g., President Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower, the FBI misleading the FISA court), suggesting one of his potential allies take over the Southern District of NY prosecution from which he had already recused himself, drafting a misleading account of the Trump Tower meeting and refusing to sit for an interview with Mueller.

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Pavel Koshkin of Russia's Institute for the USA and Canada tells The Associated Press: "If Russia's interference is proven, the Kremlin might see a lot of problems".

During a Sunday morning interview on CNN, Nadler insisted that "we know there is some collusion", referring to the Trump Tower meeting that has been the target of numerous false reports.

"Well, I don't know", Nadler said.

For many Democrats, Robert Mueller's investigation has long stood as their best, last chance to take down President Donald Trump before the next election. White House Counsel Pat Cipollone also is there, according to a person familiar with the matter. He also pledged to allow Mueller to complete the investigation. It's possible other investigations are being conducted quietly, as well.

Barr and Rosenstein analyzed Mueller's report on Saturday, laboring to condense it into a summary letter of main conclusions.

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House Judiciary Chairman @JerryNadler: "The special prosecutor is limited in scope, his job was limited in scope and limited to crimes".

Barr says he could notify Congress of Mueller's "principal findings" as soon as Saturday.

On Capitol Hill at least, Democratic leaders in recent weeks have worked to convince restless liberals across the country that Mueller's probe of Russian interference into the 2016 campaign was the beginning, rather than the end, of the inquiries.

I have wished that this whole thing was actually an investigation into the DNC-Clinton Russian collusion - and not into Trump - and that the whole thing was kept under wraps.

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