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Mueller's report may be hundreds of pages long

29 March 2019

Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election is over 300 pages long, CBS News confirms.

The bulk of the news coverage misrepresented developments in the Mueller investigation as further evidence of collusion, even though both prosecutors and the deputy attorney general specifically noted at various stages of the Mueller probe that no American has been charged with conspiring with Russian Federation.

Barr sent a letter to Congress on Sunday revealing that Mueller did not find that President Trump or any of his campaign associates had colluded with Russian Federation to influence the 2016 election.

The battle over releasing the special counsel's report intensified as Democrats in Congress insisted Attorney General William Barr must quickly release its full findings.

What would determine whether the investigation was legitimate would be more information about those FISA Court warrants, but also the contents of Mueller's report. As The Daily Wire previously reported, White House Adviser Kellyanne Conway and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) both called for Schiff to resign on Monday.

"It doesn't appear that was any part of Mueller's report", he said.

"A judge would have to release those and we would hope a judge would", Nadler said. The probe took more than two years, starting with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the midst of the campaign, and included wiretaps on a Trump campaign adviser.

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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., one of several committee chairmen asking for the full report and underlying evidence, says what he is principally interested in is documentation that supports the report.

"Mr. Attorney General, we do not need your interpretation, " Pelosi said Thursday. Barr told Graham that the report will be released to Congress in April.

"So, it was perfectly predictable", he added, "that once they declared the President completely and totally exonerated by a report no one has read, they would turn in vindictive fashion to try to go after the people who raised questions about the President's conduct".

Holt then played the portion of his infamous interview with Trump, conducted shortly after Comey was sacked, in which Trump made the statement, "In fact, when I chose to just do it, I said to myself, I said, 'You know, this Russian Federation thing with Trump and Russian Federation is a made-up story.'" Asked what he was thinking when he heard that statement, Comey said he thought it was potentially obstruction of justice, and he hoped that someone would look into it. "I want to work hand-in-glove, our two committees, to try and get that information and make it public for the American people", he said.

Goldstone said he has cooperated with the Mueller investigation in the past.

Those probes, including a push to release his tax returns, are not fully dependent on whether the report backs up Barr's conclusion. Paul Manafort, Trump's former campaign chairman who has since been sentenced to more than seven years in prison for various financial crimes stemming from the Mueller investigation, also attended. "Let's have somebody like a Mueller to look at the other side of the story".

Mueller's report may be hundreds of pages long