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Dems Press AG William Barr on 300+-Page Mueller Report

HeadlineMar 29, 2019

The Justice Department said Thursday that special counsel Robert Mueller’s full report is over 300 pages long, as Democrats continue to call for its full release, as well as “the underlying evidence.” Democrats argue Attorney General William Barr’s four-page summary, released just two days after receiving Mueller’s report, cannot be trusted, and question his conclusion that Trump did not obstruct justice—a charge Mueller did not reach a definitive conclusion on. Barr reportedly told House Judiciary Chair Jerrold Nadler he would not commit to sharing the full report; he is currently redacting the report, which could take weeks, meaning he will likely miss Democrats’ stated deadline of next Tuesday to hand it over.

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