On Tuesday, Attorney General Barr told lawmakers he will be releasing a public version of the Mueller report within a week.
AG BARR: The Attorney General testified before a House Appropriations subcommittee and Chairman Serrano.
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Barr stated,”My original timetable of being able to release this by mid-April stands.”
“Within a week, I will be in a position to release the report to the public and then I will engage with the chairman of the Judiciary committees,” Barr added.
The public version of the Mueller report has already announced it will be redacted for protection of classified information.
AG Barr noted that officials will color code what has been redacted from the public report for protection issues.
Barr claimed even though, “I do think it’s important that the public have an opportunity to review the results of the special counsel’s work,” he is still doing this within his own “discretion.”
CONCLUSION: The Attorney General of the U.S. said he will release the public version of the Mueller report within a week. The public version will be redacted on any information that is still under some sort of investigation or ongoing criminal prosecution. Although, Barr has already released a four page summary of the Mueller report and says he’s giving out as much as he can.
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