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Release the Full Mueller Report? Have Barr Testify? Have Comey Testify? - What Do You Think Should Happen Next?

Do you want the Mueller report released in full?

by Countable | 3.25.19

What’s the story?

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:

Barr testifying

Comey testifying

  • Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), who heads the Senate Judiciary Committee, said (cryptically) that he hopes to question former FBI Director James Comey following the summary’s release:

End investigations into the White House

  • When Democrats retook the House in January, they launched a sprawling investigation into the same topics that Mueller was researching.
  • Following the release of Barr’s summary, myriad GOPers are calling for a shuttering of the House Judiciary Committee investigation led by Rep. Nadler.
“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.”
  • “Now that this investigation is over, Democrats need to finally end their baseless investigations and political crusade against President Trump for the good of the country,” RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said.

Release the full report

  • Democrats are calling for a full release of the Mueller report, with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) bluntly tweeting:

Other presidential contenders shared similar sentiments:

What do you think?

What should happen next? Hearings? Releasing the full report? Ending the House investigation? Take action and tell your reps, then share your thoughts below.

—Josh Herman

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