Special counsel Robert Mueller’s lengthy report — with its color-coded redactions — will be released to Congress and the public Thursday morning, the Justice Department announced Monday.
In March, Attorney General William Barr told Congress in a letter summarizing the nearly 400-page report that Mueller had found no proof that Trump criminally colluded with Russia and had reached no conclusion about whether Trump obstructed justice. Barr has said his redactions will apply to four categories of material in the report: grand jury testimony, other investigations, personal information about side players and information that could reveal sources and methods.
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