Listen: President, Muller And White House discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Tonight on all in all we need to do to see the molar report in the middle of congressional recess. Attorney general decides to release his version of the redacted motor report and landing the plane right now tonight what we could expect to see on Thursday. And how the president will try to spin it. Plus, I dunno I pay as little as possible. Is the latest excuse for White House desperate to keep the president's taxes. Under wraps. I don't think congress are smart enough to look through the thousands of pages that I would ascend that President Trump's taxes will be congresswoman Katie forder joins tonight to respond, then I am running for president of the United States. Three more men officially enter the twenty twenty rates Rebecca tracer is here to talk about that and awful scenes in Paris. All in starts right now. Good evening from New York. I'm Chris as we are, of course, following the breaking news out of Paris, where firefighters are still at this hour that alling a massive fire that threatened the whole structure of the historic Notre Dame cathedral. Bring you the latest developments ahead, but I after a special counsel probe lasting almost two years. We are finally finally going to get some version of the four hundred page report this Thursday after releasing a four page summary within two days of Muller, ending the investigation last month attorney general William bars taken nearly four weeks to redact material falling under four different categories classified information. Grand jury evidence information about ongoing investigations and details implicating the privacy interests of individuals that bar called peripheral third parties now bars redacted version of the motor report, which each of those cut agrees color-coded will now come out on the eve of major religious holidays in the midst of two congressional recess effectively running. Out the clock until lawmakers or dawn in Washington is more or less deserted. We can expect the report to focus on Russian operations to manipulate the two thousand sixteen election on efforts by different Russian agents and cutouts to reach out to members of the Trump campaign and on evidence. The president of the United States may have committed obstruction of Justice. It's that last section obstruction. That's the one most likely to contain new information incriminating the man sitting in the White House, even bar summary suggested as much claiming the report sets out evidence on both sides of the question. And since then we've learned from the first ever leaks originating inside the Muller team that some of his investigators feel the evidence for obstruction was much stronger than what bar has disclosed. Meanwhile, what has publicly projecting confidence while preparing and private undermine any new evidence Muller may have uncovered in public the president's aids and AOL allies claim that bars four page summary is the only report that matters. We consider this to be case closed. There was no collusion. There was no obstruction, which I don't know how you can interpret that any other way than total exoneration. Yes. Except for the line about how it doesn't exonerate the president. But behind the scenes, the president's lawyers are preparing a campaign to discredit motorcycling's meeting today to hold a strategy session and writing a one hundred and forty page still called counter report. According to the Wall Street Journal, according to another report, the White House has now been briefed on the broad strokes motive report, and is worried about the testimony of one particular witness. There is significant concerns about what will be in here. New information on the obstruction of Justice question on what the president was doing regarding some of the big questions was he trying to how much how far do you? Go down the line of trying to fire Muller or talk about fiery Muller situations surrounding the Komi firing and what worries them most is what Don Mcgann told the special counsel. It was warmer award has cancelled former White House counsel, Don Mcgann has visibility on all of this. Don, Mcgann spent more than thirty hours talking to investigators significantly more Cording to see news is reportedly never debriefed by the president's legal team leaving them in the dark about what he shared with the special counsel, it appears that members of congress are set to receive the same redacted version report as the public though, the attorney general testified last week he'll work to accommodate lawmakers demands for considerably more information. But if you're unsatisfied."