By Allan Lengel
Chris E. Swecker, who retired from the FBI as an assistant director of the Criminal Investigative Division, and currently practices law in North Carolina, endorses the idea of publicly releasing the Mueller report.
In a guest column on Fox News’ website, Swecker writes: 
President Trump did the right thing Saturday by calling for the public release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report examining Russia’s interference in our 2016 presidential election and allegations of Trump campaign cooperation with Russia.
Unlike Democrats in the House of Representatives – who are preparing so-called investigations that will be political theater to fuel their 2020 election ambitions – Mueller is conducting a serious probe. The special counsel’s investigation began in May 2017 and is now apparently drawing to a close.
The American people have a right to know what Mueller finds. More than $25 million collected from our taxes has been spent on his investigation. Although the president has frequently denounced the Mueller probe as a “witch hunt” – and called it “illegal” and “conflicted” Friday – he still said the report should be released.