The US Attorney General’ memo is criticized by Mueller

The US Attorney General’ memo is criticized by Mueller

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According to the special council’s letter submitted which stated that the attorney general did not completely examine the matter, nature and context of the investigation.

According to multiple reports, the letter wrote by the special counsel Robert Mueller to the US attorney general, William Barr in which he was revealing disappointment with the attorney general to describe the conclusions of Mueller’s investigation into possible links between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia.

On Tuesday, it was reported by the NBC, New York Times and Washington Post that after Barr’s four-page summary of the specific counsel’s work that mostly cleared Trump on potential interference of justice, Mueller wrote the letter at the end of March.

According to a special letter printed by the Post, Mueller stated about Barr that he did not completely cover the context, nature and substance of findings of a special counsel.

More Mueller added that there is now public uncertainty about the crucial features of the conclusions of our investigation. This endangers to undermine a basic purpose for which the Department designated the Special Counsel to guarantee full public confidence in the result of the investigations.

Mueller representative denied giving his opinion about this matter.

Kupec said in a statement that the Special Counsel insisted that nothing in the Attorney General’s March 24 letter was wrong or misleading but he showed frustration over the lack of context and the media coverage regarding the Special Counsel’s obstruction analysis.

Kupec said Mueller and Barr then discussed that whether further circumstances from the report would be necessary and could be immediately published but that the attorney general determined it would be counterproductive to release the report in a piecemeal fashion.

after all these circumstances Barr published a second letter in which he said that his first assessment was not specifically intended to be the summary of the report of Mueller.

On Wednesday, Barr started two days of data to be set before Congress. He has forcefully defended his opinion of Mueller’ judgement and requested to do a serious investigation about his conduct.

Staff writer for the Chicago Morning Star

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