Listen: President, Governor William Weld And Justice Department discussed on Mark Levin
"The findings of the Russia probe on Thursday. A Justice department official says the report will be release. Based in reducted for much to the dismay of Democrats in congress who have been pushing for release of the full report, a brief summary of the principal conclusions of the report compiled by attorney general William bar and deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein said the Trump campaign did not collude with Russia during the presidential election bar. Also wrote that the special counsel Robert Muller did not reach a conclusion as to whether the president of struck did Justice House Democrats say they want to see the report without the interpretations or the redaction saying they want to reach their own conclusions. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Former Massachusetts Governor William weld is challenging President Trump for the twenty twenty GOP nomination. Weld says the president is not fit for office. And what we have now is the president who mocks the rule of law. I spent seven years in the Justice department trying to keep the politics out of law enforcement. He's trying to put it in a president. Who says we don't need a free press who says"