DOJ Working Hard on Russia Probe Report

DOJ Working Hard on Russia Probe Report

Thanksgiving might come a little early for Trump supporters this year!

The DOJ is hard at work to finish the Russia probe report on Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. Attorney General William Barr is spearheading the effort to prove to the Dems that Trump has been innocent all along. The tentative deadline for completing the probe is Nov. 20, though the complicated nature of this situation might push the report’s release date.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is meeting with Barr to help him with rolling out the report. Barr is also working closely with Inspector General Michael Horowitz, which is a fairly special occasion given the nature of this particular investigation. Horowitz stated that their goal “is to make as much of our report public as possible. I anticipate that the final report will be released publicly with few redactions.”

Hopefully, the minimal number of redactions will help to soothe the nerves of Democrats. But, as we all know from experience, nothing ever seems to please the other half of our political system.

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