Mueller reveals what he wants public to 'glean' from his report

Mueller reveals what he wants public to 'glean' from his report
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Former special counsel Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) Swan MuellerFox's Cavuto roasts Trump over criticism of network Mueller report fades from political conversation Trump calls for probe of Obama book deal MORE was offered the opportunity Wednesday to say what he wants the public to learn from his final report, saying he hopes people see the "integrity" of his 448-page document.

Rep. Jackie SpeierKaren (Jackie) Lorraine Jacqueline SpeierDemocrats call on House committees to probe Epstein's 2008 'sweetheart deal,' suicide Scaramucci compares Trump to Jonestown cult leader: 'It's like a hostage crisis inside the White House' Epstein death sparks questions for federal government MORE (D-Calif.) asked Mueller what he wants the public to “glean” from his report, offering Mueller a few minutes to respond.

“We spent substantial time ensuring the integrity of the report, understanding that it would be our living message to those who come after us,” Mueller replied.



Mueller also appeared to nod at Congress's responsibility to determine what to do with the information laid out in his final Russia report, and suggested not to drag out the matter which has already dogged the White House for more than two years.  

“But it is also a signal — a flag — to those of use who have some responsibility in this area to exercise those responsibilities swiftly and don’t let this problem continue to linger as it has over so many years," he concluded.