Nadler wants the full Mueller report. What happens if Barr says no?

Posted April 05, 2019

The US House Judiciary Committee has approved a subpoena for the full investigation report on President Donald Trump's alleged collusion with Russian Federation in the 2016 presidential election.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders brushed off reports that special counsel Robert Mueller's investigative team are troubled by Attorney General Bill Barr's summary of their report in a Thursday interview on Fox News.

For instance, Mueller's team apparently produced not just a monolithic 400-page report, but also gave Barr multiple summaries of different sections prepared for an almost-immediate public release.

The Republicans also objected to these additional subpoenas, with Collins calling them "completely misguided" because they have all either complied with Nadler's previous requests or indicated they are willing to do so.

It is also unclear how extensively Mueller and his team spoke to senior Department of Justice officials about how their findings of the investigation would become public, the Times said.

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However, Democrats have been arguing for months that they should be able to access parts of the report, like grand jury testimony, that Barr said he was working on redacting.

Barr himself went further than Mueller in his summary letter, declaring that Mueller's evidence was insufficient to prove in court that Trump had committed obstruction of justice to hamper the investigation.

Rising demands for release of US President Donald Trump's tax returns and the full Mueller probe report, which leaks from some investigators say is more damning for the President than revealed, is pointing to an expanding political dogfight in Washington that is expected to continue into the 2020 election campaign.

"As the Attorney General stated in his March 29th letter to Chairman [Lindsey] Graham and Chairman [Jerrold] Nadler, he does not believe the report should be released in 'serial or piecemeal fashion, ' " said Kerri Kupec, a department spokeswoman.

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House Judiciary Committee ranking member Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) on Wednesday slammed the Democrats' subpoena threat to get their hands on Robert Mueller's full Russian Federation report, including "any accompanying exhibits, annexes, tables, appendices, other attachments and all evidence referenced in the report" and "underlying evidence".

What's more, some investigators worry that the letter Barr produced will affect a positive view in some Americans' minds about Trump, believing that the investigation has already concluded he is exonerated of any wrongdoing, even after the report is finally released publicly and may demonstrate other conclusions. Two days later, Barr gave Congress his summary of what he called the "principal conclusions".

Barr has said that he will release a redacted version of Mueller's report to Congress sometime in April, although Democrats have asked for the full report to be released.

FBI Director Christopher Wray told the House Appropriations Committee Thursday that he has not read Mueller's report.

Some of Mueller's investigators told associates their report was more damaging to President Donald Trump than the attorney general has described, and New York Timesreporter Michael Schmidt told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" what he learned about that disconnect.

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