Attorney General William Barr testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee today, saying that he offered to show Special Counsel Robert Mueller the four-page summary of Mueller’s 448-page report. Mueller previously sent Barr a letter in March, stating that he disagreed with the synopsis and the kind of media attention the synopsis generated.
How is Barr defending himself? Although Mueller’s report didn’t absolve Trump, Barr testified that Mueller repeatedly said that he would have not found President Trump guilty of obstructing justice even if the president could be indicted.
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