Despite mounting speculation that special counsel Robert Mueller would deliver his final report to Attorney General William Barr as early as next week, a Justice Department official with knowledge of the matter said Friday the handover is not imminent.
News accounts that the report could be delivered as early as next week — while President Donald Trump is overseas in Vietnam for a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un — are “incorrect,” the official told ABC News.
When asked whether he expects to speak with Barr, Trump answered, “At some point, I guess I’ll be talking about it. But you know the nice part? There was no collusion. There was no obstruction. There was no anything. So that’s the nice part. There was no phone calls — no nothing. “I look forward to seeing the report. If it’s an honest report it will say that, if it’s not an honest report it won’t.”
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