A redacted version of a 23 months, 500 search warrants, 2,300 subpoenas and series of indictments, of the Mueller investigation will be made public by Thursday 18th April, 2019.
Special Counsel’s 400 page report is likely to add significantly to our understanding of US 2016 election collusion. It also highlights Trump’s efforts to control federal inquiries into the matter.
US Attorney General, William P. Barr said last month that the special counsel did not find guilty any of Trump’s campaign team in alliance with the Russian government to influence the outcome of the 2016 US election.
The Attorney General further added that there was no sufficient evidence to proof that Mr Trump illegally obstructed justice. Although Americans have been eagerly waiting to hear from the special counsel’s investigators themselves.
Time Report Will Be Made Public
The report will be made public by Thursday morning, according to the Justice Department. It will be published on the special counsel’s website.
What Will Be The Most Interesting Part Of This Report
A concrete reason why Mr Mueller decided not to draw a conclusion about whether Mr Trump obstructed justice, citing ” difficult issues ” of law and fact will surely be reporters beeline.
Mr. Barr though resolved this issue, concluding that there was insufficient evidence that Trump had committed a crime. This report should therefore either bolster that finding or call it into question.