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Russia affair: Mueller report until mid-April to the public

He is almost 400 pages long and is still with the U.S. Department of justice, Minister Barr: should be available no later than mid-April, the report of the special investigator Mueller to the role of Russia in the US election campaign 2016 in Congress.

U.S. attorney General William Barr will publish the report by Russia-special investigator Robert Mueller to mid-April. Currently, he is editing sensitive Material from the nearly 400-page document, wrote to Barr in a letter to the chairmen of the judiciary committees in the Senate and in the house of representatives.

Sensitive passages are not to be released. He said that the report "until mid-April, could if not be published earlier".

"I have nothing to hide"

Trump, the report was lightly failed, was combative. "I have absolutely nothing to hide," he said in his Weekend retreat, Mar-a-Lago in Florida. He had the utmost confidence in the Minister of justice.

The Democrats complained, however, they had demanded that Barr should report no later than 2 April submit. "The deadline still stands," said the democratic Chairman of the judiciary Committee in the house of representatives, Jerry Nadler, on Twitter. He turned further, however, that Barr wool black the report in part.

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