Former FBI Director, Robert Mueller
(Worthy News) - The House voted unanimously Thursday on a resolution that urges special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia report to be made public.
The resolution is non-binding and cannot compel the Justice Department to make the report public, but the 420-0 vote puts some pressure on newly appointed Attorney General William Barr.
"This report must see the light of day, must be available to the American public for a catharsis that will allow us to start with the facts, understand what happened and begin to rebuild the faith of the American people," said Rep. Jim Himes, D-Conn., a senior member of the House intelligence committee. [ Source: UPI (Read More...) ]
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