aka 'What is Barr Hiding'
My question, just 48 hours to review a several-hundred page report? It would have been less suspicious if the review had taking at least a week.
"Republicans celebrate Barr’s summary, while Democrats insist on full report’s release" PBS NewsHour 3/25/2019
SUMMARY: Attorney General William Barr’s summary of the Mueller Report says the special counsel found no evidence that the President or his campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 election. In response, the White House is claiming victory, while Democrats insist the full report be made public. Judy Woodruff talks to Yamiche Alcindor, Lisa Desjardins, and NPR’s Carrie Johnson for more.
"How the attorney general arrived at his Mueller report conclusions" PBS NewsHour 3/25/2019
SUMMARY: Republicans say the attorney general's four-page summary of the Mueller report exonerates President Trump on obstruction of justice. Democrats counter that William Barr’s analysis is not sufficient to answer that question. Judy Woodruff talks to Neal Katyal former acting solicitor general under President Obama, and Paul McNulty former deputy attorney general under the first President Bush.
"Of Mueller report, Rep. Raskin says ‘the country is still waiting’" PBS NewsHour 3/25/2019
SUMMARY: In his summary of the Mueller report, Attorney General William Barr concluded there was no evidence that President Trump or his campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 Presidential campaign. But what does the report itself say? Judy Woodruff speaks to Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md) about why it should be made public and how Barr’s pre-existing views might have come into play.
"In Washington, perspectives on Mueller report diverge across party lines" PBS NewsHour 3/26/2019
SUMMARY: The Mueller report remains the top story in Washington, but Republicans and Democrats are viewing it from two very different perspectives. Democrats are pressing for full disclosure of the special counsel's findings so they can make their own judgments of the facts, while President Trump and his allies insist the matter is concluded, with the President in the clear. Lisa Desjardins reports.
"Rep. Collins on ‘politicization’ of the Justice Department" PBS NewsHour 3/26/2019
SUMMARY: A bipartisan effort from the House Judiciary Committee is pushing the Justice Department to explain why it began investigating President Trump for obstruction of justice. Judy Woodruff talks to the committee’s top Republican, Georgia Rep. Doug Collins, about whether he’s satisfied with the attorney general’s summary of the Mueller report and eradicating “corruption” within the Justice Department.
"Preet Bharara on ‘troublesome language’ in Barr summary of Mueller report" PBS NewsHour 3/26/2019
SUMMARY: Debate continues over the meaning of Attorney General William Barr’s summary of the Mueller report, with Democrats arguing it’s impossible to draw conclusions about President Trump’s culpability without a first-hand examination of the report. Judy Woodruff talks to former federal prosecutor Preet Bharara about the “troublesome language” in Barr’s letter and investigating for truth vs. retaliation.