Jerry Nadler, judiciary committee chairman, says entire report on Trump-Russia investigation is necessary to make ‘informed decisions’
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Close parsing of the Mueller report continues to raise questions about Attorney General Barr’s summary of the report released last month. Barr has been accused of rendering a partisan reading of the report to protect president Trump, and contradictions like these won’t help to ease any of those critiques.
This is remarkable. Left: Mueller (Vol. 2, p157) forcefully says it is no excuse to say obstruction had no underlying crime or was done in public view. Right: Barr’s Mar 24 summary letter, implying that Mueller said the opposite. pic.twitter.com/UX5oNwYDcx
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Former FBI director James Comey is in the woods being dramatic again, tweeting “So many answers”, accompanied by a picture of forest ground. It was an apparent nod to the release of the full (redacted) Mueller report.
So many answers. pic.twitter.com/GY61xtIgJV
So many questions. pic.twitter.com/66KaR52Kk8