America is waiting to hear from Attorney General William Barr, above right, the key findings of Special Counsel Robert S Mueller’s final report on Russia’s interference in 2016 presidential election.
Barr is examining the report submitted to him on Friday by the special counsel without suggesting further indictments.
He is expected to brief the House and Senate Judiciary Committees on the findings of the report on Sunday.
Before that, he will consult his deputy Rod Rosenstein and Mueller on information that can be released to Congress and the public according to law.
Democrats want Barr to reveal Mueller’s entire report.
President Donald Trump has not been briefed on the report.
Mueller’s investigation focused on Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election, its possible links with Trump’s campaign managers and possible obstruction of justice by Trump.
The probe began after Trump dismissed then FBI chief James Comey who was heading the investigation. It went on for 22 months.
Mueller, a former FBI chief and highly respected individual, did his job thoroughly leading to conviction of former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and guilty pleas from Trump’s three formers aides, Richard Gates, Michael Flynn and Michael Cohen.
Mueller also indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers for hacking the emails of leading Democrats.
The million dollar question now is whether Mueller’s final report establishes the conspiracy between Trump campaign and Kremlin to influence the election.