By Godson Ikiebey-
United States Attorney General William Barr is expected to send Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report to Congress and make it public on Thursday morning, April 19, 2019 an event two years in the making that could provide new revelations damaging to President Donald Trump or reinforce his claims of vindication.
The timing was announced Monday, April 15, by Justice Department spokeswoman Kerri Kupec.
Those following Mueller’s investigation will pore over the report’s almost 400 pages for any new disclosures of contacts between Trump’s presidential campaign and Russian operatives who interfered in the 2016 election, as well as evidence that the president sought to obstruct justice by interfering in the probe.
But readers also will puzzle over sections that Barr has said he’ll blank out. He’s said the redacted material will be color-coded to indicate whether it involves classified material, grand jury information or damage to the reputation of a private citizen “peripheral” to the investigation.