Richard Burr: Mueller’s Report Will Show No Evidence Of Collusion

eb 22, 2019, Earlier this week. The Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr said, his panel found no evidence of collusion between President Donald Trump’s 2016 electoral campaign and Russia. Burr said to CBS News, “We don’t have anything that would suggest there was a collusion by the Trump campaign and Russia”

Feb 22, 2019, Earlier this week. The Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr said, his panel found no evidence of collusion between President Donald Trump’s 2016 electoral campaign and Russia. Burr said to CBS News, “We don’t have anything that would suggest there was a collusion by the Trump campaign and Russia”

Though the intelligence committee is still waiting for Robert Mueller’s report of his investigation of the situation. Reports have said that Mueller will not be submitting his report this week.

President Donald Trump spoke regarding the matter, saying Mueller’s report will show no evidence of collusion if it is honest. Trump stated he is looking forward to seeing the report.

Primary Investigation

The committee interviewed Trump’s Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort, said to have met with an associate that the FBI believes has access to Russia. The Senate Intelligence Committee also interviewed more than 200 witnesses and studied 2 million pages of documents. Only to find no evidence regarding collusion between Russia and Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.

The Justice Department and Intelligence Committee are currently waiting on the release of Robert Mueller’s investigation report. The report is said to be completed as soon as next week. It is the final key to the completion of the investigation.

Mueller’s Report

The investigation by Robert Mueller regarding the matter started May 2017 and it’s expected to be completed next week.

Robert Mueller will not deliver his report regarding the 2016 election to the attorney general this week. Attorney General William Barr is preparing for the completion of Mueller’s investigation.

Democratic lawmakers demanded that Mueller’s investigation report publicized, stating there’s a possibility of impeachment if Mueller’s report contains any evidence of collusion or any wrongdoing. Though Attorney General Barr said that he would try to make Mueller’s investigation as public as he could, but to no commitment of a public report.