Make full Mueller report public, Democratic candidates demand ,
Just minutes after special counsel Robert Mueller submitted his final report on his investigation into the 2016 Donald Trump campaign’s ,
Ties to Russia to Attorney General William Barr, Democrats began pressuring the administration to make the findings public.
In a letter to Congress, Barr said that he could provide lawmakers with a summary of the findings “as soon as this weekend,” but for several of the Democrats seeking to replace Trump in the White House, that wasn’t sufficient.
“Should Barr announce his intention to cover up Mueller’s report, we would take to the streets in ‘Trump Is Not
Above the Law’ rapid-response protests around the country,” the group’s statement said. “We will not allow Trump
Or his hand-picked attorney general to get away with obstructing this criminal investigation, and we will not allow Congress to abdicate its responsibility under the Constitution.”
During his January confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Barr testified that he would
“provide as much transparency” as he could regarding Mueller’s report.
For that reason, my goal will be to provide as much transparency as I can consistent with the law,” Barr told the committee. “I can assure you that, where judgments are to be made by me,