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Mueller to Detail Historic Investigation in Report to DOJ As Early As February

Special Counsel Robert Mueller, via FBI.

By Steve Neavling
Ticklethewire.com

The 19-month, historic special counsel investigation of Russia and President Trump’s former campaign aides is wrapping up and will be topped off with a confidential report to the attorney general as early as mid-February.

“They clearly are tying up loose ends,” a lawyer who has been in contact with Robert Mueller’s team told NBC News on Thursday.

What remains unclear is whether Mueller found evidence that Trump’s campaign team conspired with Russia to help his presidential campaign in 2016.

Another big question is whether Mueller’s team found evidence that Trump obstructed justice.

Since Mueller was appointed to investigate Russian interference in May 2017, he has charged 133 people and convicted three senior Trump associates.

It appears Trump may successfully dodge an in-person interview with Mueller, who so far has not subpoenaed the president.

Once Justice Department officials receive the report, they have the discretion to publicly release at least a portion of the investigative findings.

House Democrats are pledging to use their subpoena power to make as much of the report public as possible.


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