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Chairman of the Home Intelligence Commission Adam Schiff says there is a plan if Robert Mueller's full report is not public. he also included Mueller himself at his commission
On Sunday, Shif, a Democrat from California, was asked for ABC's "This Week" about what the Democrats would do if General Attorney William Barre decided to keep the long-awaited report under secret. "Well, we will obviously call the report, drive Bob Mueller to testify before Congress, bring him to court if necessary," Schif said. "Finally, I think the department understands they will have to do this publicly. I think Bar will, after all, understand that.
Schiff said that if Bar, who was recently confirmed as a general attorney, I tried to "give up, try to bury every part of this report, that would be his legacy, and it would be a darkened heritage."
"So I think there will be enormous pressure not only on the department but also on the Advocate-General that will be forthcoming, he said."
Last week, it was widely reported that Muller's report could be handed over but in the middle of February, NBC News announced that it could not be submitted by the end of this week, but by Friday, the new report suggests that the report is not expected to be released by the end of this week. At the end of last week, several chairmen of the Democratic House commissions sent a letter to Barr, which is stated "as strongly as possible, our expectation that the Ministry of Justice publishing the report, the Special Adviser Müller submits to you ̵
Speaking to reporters last week, President Donald Trump said he had not spoken to the Bar on Muller's report. Schif promised on Sunday his commission would "get to the bottom of it," adding that "if the president is serious about all his claims for release, then he should welcome the publication of this report."
Mueller was hired. as a special adviser after Trump fired then FBI Director James Amy in May 2017 to take over the FBI's investigation of Russia's involvement in the 2016 elections and whether the members of the Trump campaign had allied with Russian officials . Later, the investigation was expanded to see if Trump had impeded justice in the investigation into Russia through actions such as Hammy's dismissal. Paul Mannorth, former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn and Trump's longtime adviser Roger Stone. In a separate investigation that stems from Muller's work, former Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen has been convicted of a series of crimes, including financial misconduct for payment campaigns, which he made to two women just before the 2016 presidential election. to silence them for a supposed past
So far, Mueller has not accused any Trump's adherents of crimes related to the direct agreement between Trump's campaign and Russia.
Trump has repeatedly pursued the investigation as a "witch hunt."
what to expect from Muller's report, former FBI Director Andrew McCabe – another common attack on Trump's attacks – said "This Week" on Sunday. "I think first of all what you can expect from Robert Muller is a fair, independent assessment of how much details he chooses to go to hand over to the Justice Department is a big question. I hope they rely on the detailed side "It is one that I think the department, Congress and the public have a great interest in finding out exactly what they have learned."
In a call for the full report to be released, Democratic Republic of the Conn. Jim Heims told NBC "Meet t The press "that" everything about "Muller's probe has become political" and the only "way to end the truth to be there."
"The question of Russian intervention and the possibility of collusion by the president and his people have twisted our policy into something unrecognizable over the past two years, including the behavior of the president – attacking the FBI, attacking Bob Muller, "said Heims, who is in the House Intelligence Committee. [19659007VintervyuzaCBSNewsbivshiyatglavenstrategnaBeliyadomStivBanankazache2019"shtebadedostazhiznena"vamerikanskatapolitikakoyatosporednegoshtebade"predizvikanaotdokladanaMyulertukprezsledvashtitenyakolkosedmitsi Bannon said he expected the report to contain" very little about Russian agreement. "" I think the majority of the report will be obstruction of justice, "he said. "And as I said, it depends on what your decision is about what the president of the United States is to do to make some of these decisions. o respect for Bob Mueller. turns. "