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that'll be totally up to the new Attorney General president trump on Wednesday said it was up to newly arrived Attorney General William Barr to decide when Robert Muller potentially explosive report on the Russia pro would be unveiled barely a week on the job Barr who now oversees Miller's investigation has not tipped his hand on how or even whether he will release the report to the public but on Wednesday citing unnamed sources CNN reported that the justice department may receive the final report from Mahler as early as next week leaving it up to bar how it will be handled as a tremendous management is %HESITATION person who really respects this country and respects the justice department so that'll be totally up to him those comments contrasts sharply with trump's harsh words toward Mahler and the problem he has led since last June looking into Russian meddling in the twenty sixteen race and whether the trump campaign may have worked with Moscow Democrats have been concerned that bar will limit what's made public during his confirmation hearings last month bar pledge to release as much as possible but stopped short of promising to publicize the entire report the country needs a credible resolution to these issues and if confirmed I will not permit partisan politics personal interests or any other improper consideration to interfere with this or any other investigation so far thirty for individuals and three companies have pleaded guilty been indicted or otherwise swept up in the inquiry including several former trump advisors but no matter the findings of Muller's report trump's legal scrutiny will be far from over with newly empowered Democrats in the house ramping up their own investigations of the trump administration and the Mauler probe having spawned several new investigations being handled by other offices investigations that will carry on after Miller's work is done