During the Friday night left the special prosecutor, Robert Mueller over their Rysslandsutredning to the united states department of justice. The investigation is so far hemlighetsstämplad and according to CNN, it is only the ”few” who have seen the investigation, but several democratic members of congress have gone out and appealed William Barr to publish the investigation before it reaches the White house.
It is among other democrats Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer who writes in a statement that they hope the whole inquiry will be public.
”the White house should not interfere in the decisions on which parts of the investigation or proof as published”, they write in a statement.
In a tweets under the hashtag #ReleaseTheReport write Nancy Pelosi, furthermore, that the american people deserve to know the truth.https://twitter.com/SpeakerPelosi/status/1109210966661742592
Even the democratic senator Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, who participated in the presidential elections, appeal to the Barr to publish the report. Sanders writes, among other things, that no one, not even the president is above the law.https://twitter.com/BernieSanders/status/1109210785727676416
From the republican side also have senator Chuck Grassley gone out and appealed to the Barr to publish the investigation on the grounds that ”finally put a stop to the speculation and insinuation that has been hanging over this administration since its earliest days.”
Trump said himself earlier in the week that the report should be made public due to the ”tens of millions” of americans would like to know what it contains.
– Let people see it, " said Trump. There was no collaboration, writes the New York Times.
White house press secretary Sarah Sanders writes after the submission to ”the Next step is up to attorney general Barr, and we look forward to the process get their time. The white house has not received or been informed of the special investigator's report”.
in Addition, it has neither Trump or the White house commented on the submission by the commission of inquiry.