The Mueller Report was released, redacted, on Thursday, April 18. I've read 381 of the 448 pages. The report does reveal a sweep scope of Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential Campaign – Key first impressions: This was a sophisticated attack by the Russian state on the United States of America. The size and sweep
Attorney General Barr told Congress today he will publish the redacted (color coded) #MuellerReport by next week. It would be wise, if not realistic, to wait for the report's publication before casting doubt on his motives.
Congress cannot allow the executive branch to "adopt regulations" intended to insulate itself from the forceful congressional oversight the Founding Fathers enumerated in Article One of the Constitution.
Subpoenas for unredacted Mueller Report should not be necessary between Congress and Department of Justice -- consistent with previous investigations. Redactions are appropriate before public release of the Report.
IN THE NUMBERS THIS WEEK: FIRST: 2 that's the number of tickets I have for the SOLD OUT April 29th Walker Hayes Concert at Clos La Chance Winery in Morgan Hill – Stay tune for just a second to hear how those tickets could be yours. 3 unlikely folks say WHAAAT – to the dismissal
The Mueller Report is complete. The President's campaign is cleared of conspiracy with Russia to steal the 2016 election. Yes, voters, you honestly elected Donald J. Trump. That does not change the reality that confronts us daily re: his fitness for office.
Attorney General Barr will release his summary of the Mueller Report Findings today: First, when all the smoke clears, even if the President was standing there with a gun in his hand, it is Department of Justice policy NOT to indict a sitting President – I don't think we will find the President with a
7/24 cable news hyperventilation over the possible release of the Mueller Report is much ado about nothing. Sources who know nothing telling reporters what they want to hear! Wake me when Mueller finishes.