Attorney General Merrick Garland’s release of a politically sensitive report differed sharply from how his predecessor, William P. Barr, handled the Mueller report. and Mueller’s complaints became known, Barr faced a fresh round of criticism for his handling of the issue. A redacted version of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s report was released to the public on April 18, 2019. Here’s what’s in it.
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Garland received the Durham report on Friday and sent it to congressional leaders on Monday, shortly before the entire document was shared with reporters and posted online. He did not offer his own analysis or summary.
“The difference in the rollout was stark,” said Mary McCord, who served as acting assistant attorney general for national security during President Barack Obama’s administration. “Garland did what he said he would do when he maintained the special counsel appointment of Durham. He let him continue his work independent of the department.” headtopics.com
Advertisement By contrast, she said, Barr’s memo “was a deceit on the American people.” Anthony Coley, a former Justice Department spokesman for Garland, said the attorney general “played it by the book — minimum redactions, quick release of the total report — and left the public to draw its own conclusion. That’s how it should be done.”
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