Sen. Blumenthal: We Don’t Know What Mueller’s Conclusion Is Because We’ve Only Seen the Barr Summary

‘Even if the Mueller report says that he could not establish, that’s his word, proof beyond a reasonable doubt, that’s a very high bar’

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BLUMENTHAL: “We don’t know what Robert Mueller’s conclusion is because we haven’t seen it. All we’ve seen is the Barr summary. Even if the Mueller report says that he could not establish, that’s his word, proof beyond a reasonable doubt, that’s a very high bar. There may still be evidence. In fact there is already in the public realm. And that evidence is what I was citing. For example, the president’s encouragement of the Russians to provide more hacked information. His knowledge of the Wikileaks release and his encouragement there, his negotiations on the Trump Tower Moscow at the same time that he was praising Vladimir Putin. A string of highly significant public evidence of cooperation that may have only been tacit, without criminal intent, but his own campaign manager shared polling data, sensitive, private polling data with the Russians while they were attacking this country through a campaign of misinformation.”

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