'I Don't Mind' Mueller Report Being Public - 'Let People See It'

'I Don't Mind' Mueller Report Being Public - 'Let People See It'

Ever since special counsel Robert Mueller took over the U.S. Justice Department's Russian Federation investigation in May 2017, President Donald Trump has railed against it consistently and repeatedly denounced it as a baseless "witch hunt".

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Asked if the public should be allowed to see the report, Trump said: "I don't mind".

House Judiciary Committee member Louie Gohmert said Wednesday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's final conclusion should be viewed as a "dossier", not a "report", questioning how the investigation has been conducted from the start.

Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, President Trump appeared to signal openness to full release of the Mueller report.

Trump referred to his 2016 election win as "one of the greatest.in the history of this country" and said by contrast that Mueller had no popular support.

The latest USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll reveals that public trust surrounding Robert Mueller's ongoing probe into President Donald Trump's alleged involvement in suspected Russian government attempts to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election is falling.

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And USA Today wrote this: "Trump's relentless attacks on Mueller and his inquiry have taken a toll on the special counsel's credibility".

"Explain that, because my voters don't get it, and I don't get it", he added.

In anticipation to the report release, Trump intensified his long-running campaign to question the legitimacy of Mueller, who is widely respected, and to undermine confidence in the report itself. "Let it come out, let people see it, that's up to the attorney general".

Or Trump's lawyers could tell the attorney general not to release information that might shed further light on Trump's efforts to obstruct the investigation - such as information on private conversations between Trump and top advisers - by asserting executive privilege, Kent says.

Gohmert accused Rosenstein and his "henchmen" in the Justice Department of consistently "undermining" former Attorney General Jeff Sessions. "And I don't get it". "The tens of millions of people that love the fact that we have the greatest economy that we have ever had".

Ah, crap! Liberals are gonna start screaming at the sky again, I just know it. You know better than anybody there's no collusion. There was no obstruction.

"And now somebody just writes a report", Trump said. "End of the following day, they get him for this". "I think it's ridiculous".

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