Listen: President, Attorney And Department Of Justice discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Pledge to just have the full report released. The attorney general has stated that there will be as few reductions as legally possible in order to ensure transparency do you expect we'll see anything less on Thursday? I mean, do you believe that? What I can tell you Anderson is that we will see the full report eventually not as fast as we'd like most of us are pretty impatient. Because it was a long investigation we paid a lot of money to see it about the president is outnumber. Now, we have the subpoena power and traditional precedent on our side in. So again, if the president is one hundred percent exonerated, he should just order the full report. And if we get anything less than the full report, we will seek to have it sent over to congress. Of course, we should protect sources and methods ongoing investigations, but anything else I should be seen. Do you? Believe bar will release as much as he can legally. The attorney general seems to be doing the exact opposite of Jeff Sessions. He was conflicted. And so he recused himself. I believe the attorney general is also conflicted because of his prior submissions to the department of Justice about his views on the president and obstruction of Justice, and the way attorney general bars acting is embedded. He is parroting the same lines that the president is as to the validity of the investigation even suggesting that the department of Justice or the intelligence community was spying on the Trump administration. So I'm very little faith and attorney general bar at this point a lawyer who's dealt with millers team told axios that their guesses that it's going to look more like obstruction to the Kasuali that might actually be. To"