As early as tomorrow the Mueller Report may be released after nearly two years of work. New Attorney General William Barr will give a summary report to Congress but then has the task of deciding how much, if any, of the report should be released to the general public and to Congress itself. Generally any information derogatory to private individuals is not released if those individuals will not be charged with a crime.
The report is much anticipated in Washington and President Trump has already said he will leave the decision about how much gets released to his new Attorney General. Barr for his part says he will be as transparent "as possible".
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