"What I can tell you is that people inside the White House are less on a victory tour than they were a couple weeks ago, and they're waiting for what this thing says", the reporter continued.
Two weeks after he cleared President Donald Trump in the Russian Federation meddling investigation, Attorney General Bill Barr faces mounting pressure to show the full evidence behind his decision.
While Donald Trump does the happy dance and crows that he's been "completely and totally exonerated" for all we know the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker may have been exonerated as well, or maybe not.
The attorney general has pledged to release the almost 400-page report by mid-April, but has said portions will be blacked out to protect certain types of sensitive information.
President Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani said he's "not worried" about the looming release of a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's 400-page report, saying the president wants "maximum transparency". Mueller wrote, however, that he could not exonerate the president on that question.
Ultimately, the president posted a New York Post article encouraging Democrats to "give up" - a clear shot across the bow of Democratic-led House committees now ramping up their own investigations of the president, his family, and his businesses. Barr said he found insufficient evidence in Mueller's report to conclude that Trump committed obstruction of justice, though the special counsel did not make a formal finding one way or the other on that.
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"Prosecutors generally take a broad view of what constitutes grand jury information in order to avoid inadvertently disclosing it, but here there's a strong counterbalancing interest in ensuring that everything that can come out does come out, " Bies said. In a March 29 letter to lawmakers, he spelled out four areas that would be redacted: grand jury material, which could include any documents and testimony presented; information that could reveal the government's intelligence-gathering sources or methods; information that could compromise ongoing investigations; and details that would violate the privacy of those deemed "peripheral" to the investigation.
Democrats have rejected the notion that Barr, who sent an unsolicited memo to the White House before he was hired arguing a President can not obstruct justice if there's no underlying crime, should be able to decide whether Mueller's evidence spells obstruction.
The Republican congressman continued in the letter to call Nadler's conflation of former Presidents Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton's independent counsel investigations to Special Counsel Mueller's probe as "irresponsible and impudent".
Another focus is whether Mueller will disclose anything from his inquiries into Middle Eastern efforts to influence Trump.
Collins issued a dare for the House Judiciary to begin impeachment proceedings or bring in Mueller the week of April 22 during House recess. What remains to be seen is how much of the report will be kept from public view.