President Trump said he was "completely dependent" on Chief Prosecutor William Barre, whether and when Robert Muller's report would be released. Mr Trump made a comment at a meeting with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurtz at the White House on Wednesday.
"This will be entirely the new Advocate-General, he is a huge man, an incredible person who really respects this country and respects the Ministry of Justice so it will be entirely on it," said Mr. Trump, asked about the moment of the release of Muller's report after CNN published a report alleging that Muller's investigation was over.
Asked if the Special Advocate's report had to be released in full, the President added that, from what he understood, "that would be entirely the Chief Prosecutor."
Sources tell CBS News that the report contains details of the investigation of Russia's interference in the 201
A bar asked in his Diane Feinstein Sean's confirmation in January to publish the full report of Muller replied: "As I said in my statement, I will make as much information as possible
Current lawyer Matt Whitaker said – this month that Muller's investigation
The President meets Kurtz at the White House for the first time 32 years old Kurz is the youngest head of the government in Europe According to the White House, Mr Trump and the Kurz discuss global conflicts and conflicts in Europe, as well as ways to economic prosperity and the strengthening of US and Austrian ties, following the first private conversation on Wednesday afternoon and a meeting with more participants
Kurz, Conservative of the Austrian People's Party, who won his office in 2017, was welcomed as a "rock star" by Mr Trump's ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenel, and Kurtz, like Mr Trump, called for tighter control over immigration.
The meeting comes days before the high-level president's summit with North Korean leader Kim Chen Un. Mr. Trump will meet Kimnext week. The White House also announced on Wednesday that Mr Trump would travel to Japan in late May. Paula Reed contributed to the report.