Some members of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team have said Attorney General William Barr’s summary of their report did not sufficiently portray the results of their investigation, suggesting their findings could be more damaging to President Trump than Barr conveyed, The New York Times reported Wednesday.
Some investigators on Mueller’s team reportedly feel that Barr should have included more information from their summaries in his own outline of the report’s findings. However, the Justice Department determined those summaries contained sensitive information that could not be released, according to two government officials who spoke to the Times.
Barr has said he expects to be able to deliver a public version of Mueller’s report by mid-April after he removes classified information and grand jury material.
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