Listen: Congress, Special Counsel And Bob Muller discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Do you think that the attorney general is covering anything up? I had no idea. And no idea you want to maybe whitewashing, but I don't know if he's covering anything out this. No, he's having that discussion. All we need to do is see the Muller report as we mentioned members of congress on the public will get to see the redacted or edited version of the report on Thursday and a letter to congress back on March twenty ninth. It was bar offered. A preview of what we might expect them. We quote, the special counsel's report is nearly four hundred pages long, exclusive of tables, and appendices and sets forth. A special counsel's findings is analysis and the reasons for his conclusions quoting the same letter bar also told lawmakers, he's redacting grand jury material information that could compromise intelligence sources ongoing investigations and material that could violate the privacy of people not charged here with us in the studio tonight. Former CIA director John Brennan, also happens. To be our senior national security and intelligence analyst. Thank you for coming in. What do you want to learn in this thing aside from the politics about Russia's role in reaching into our democracy about Putin's aim something? You know, a lot about already. What do you want to see us do as a result of what we learn? Well, I want to find out what it is that Bob Muller spent nearly two years with his team uncovering and the shoe shorts Tippett's of sentences that were in William bars memo. I think, you know, cover a whole lot of issues that we really need to have a better sense of. And I'm hoping that congress is going to get more information than the American public is that congressional committees of jurisdiction in particular, certainly deserve to see a lot of that. Underlying if nation that may be redacted from the public, and"