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(Watch) Making Sense of William Barr’s Letter on the Mueller Report

On March 24, 2019, William Barr released a 4-page letter to Congress, addressing the findings of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian election interference, potential collusion by the Trump campaign and its findings on whether the president had obstructed justice.

While President Trump has celebrated Barr’s letter as being a huge victory for himself and the Republican party, in the latest episode of KrassenCast, Brian and Ed Krassenstein discuss their take on the Barr letter as well as the report that is behind it.

They talk about why America and Congress need to desperately see the full Mueller report and how Republicans are trying to block the report from being made public.  They also touch on what they think may or may not be in the report.

The entire episode of KrassenCast is now available on iTunes, Youtube. and Google Play, as well as in the video below.

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FBI Director Robert Mueller listens as United States President George W. Bush addresses workers at the FBI Academy in Quantico. Bush called on Congress to ‘untie the hands’ of law enforcement and pass tougher anti-terrorism legislation to deny bail to terror suspects and expand those eligible for the death penalty. (Photo by Brooks Kraft LLC/Corbis via Getty Images)


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