This week on UnCorrect New York, Kelly Mena and Tom Russotti sans Stephen Witt, talk about the highly anticipated release of the Mueller report and what it means for President Donald Trump.
Last Thursday, Attorney General William Barr released the redacted version of the report to the public after much speculation about Russia’s controversial interference in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.
The over 400-pages of documents are split into two volumes. Volume I deals with the investigation into collaboration (“collusion”) between Russia and the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election. Volume II addresses whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice while in office.
According to initial reports, only 10% of the 448-page document was redacted based on four categories: 1) Grand jury material, 2) information related to ongoing investigations, 3) information that could compromise intelligence sources and methods, 4) material that could compromise the privacy of peripheral third parties. Barr has testified that each redaction will be identified by one of these categories.
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