The Attorney General confirmed the President will have no executive privilege in the redacted version of the Mueller report and the four redactions in the report are not due to privilege or secrecy from the public.
HOUSE REPUBLICANS: Top House Republicans praised the President for opting out of any executive privilege in the report for the public to see.
DOUG COLLINS: Collins tweeted this in light of supporting the President.
#TBT –> For context, the Obama Administration asserted executive privilege over email between Eric Holder and his own mother, but @RealDonaldTrump invoked no executive privilege, in unprecedented transparency. The contrast is so clear that even Democrats should see it.
— Rep. Doug Collins (@RepDougCollins) April 18, 2019
JIM JORDAN: Jordan also tweeted to support the President.
No collusion! No obstruction!
Complete cooperation from the President. No executive privilege asserted.
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) April 18, 2019
ATTORNEY GENERAL BARR: The Attorney General stated about the President, “Following that review, the President confirmed that, in the interests of transparency and full disclosure to the American people, he would not assert privilege over the special counsel’s report.”
AG Barr added, “Accordingly, the public report I am releasing today contains redactions only for the four categories that I previously outlined, and no material has been redacted based on executive privilege.”
CONCLUSION: The Attorney General confirmed the President has asked for NO executive privilege in order for the public to be able to see everything in it’s transparency.
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