by Countable | 3.25.19
Attorney General William Barr has released a summary of the "principal conclusions" from Robert Mueller's report: there was no Trump campaign-Russia conspiracy, and there’s not sufficient evidence to prosecute the president on obstruction of justice.
Now, politicians across the political spectrum are responding:
“Chairman Nadler has the chance to rethink his sprawling investigation, which retreads ground already covered by the special counsel and is already a matter of public record,” said Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA), the top Republican on committee. “I hope he recognizes that what may be political fodder for Democrats may not be good for our country.”
Other presidential contenders shared similar sentiments:
What should happen next? Hearings? Releasing the full report? Ending the House investigation? Take action and tell your reps, then share your thoughts below.
Written by Countable