US: Mueller report released Thursday as Trump prepares allegation rebuttal

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The much awaited Robert Mueller report is expected to be released today (Thursday), barely four weeks after President Donald Trump declared himself completely exonerated.

AFP report that Americans are set to get a chance to see the evidence themselves with the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's final report on Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

Attorney General Bill Barr's March 24 statement stated that the Mueller investigation found no criminal collusion by Trump's 2016 campaign with Russia.

But doubt and suspicion has let to Trump team to creat counter report for obstruction of any allegations arising from the report,

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The details of the 400-page report has much to determine, including Democrats pursuant move to impeach the president, and impact on his (Trump) re-election in 2020.

The Attorney General office, who oversaw the 22-month Mueller investigation, is set for a press conference to discuss the contents of the report, before tabling it to the congress later in the day.

Speaking Wednesday at local Washington radio station WMAL President Trump said that he might hold a press conference alongside Barr's.

"This should never happen to a president or to this country again, what took place," he said of the investigation.

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"You'll see a lot of very strong things come out tomorrow. Attorney General Barr is going to be giving a press conference. Maybe I'll do one after that; we'll see," said Trump.

The Mueller report will focus on the primary target of the investigation, which is the extent of Russia's efforts to meddle in the 2016 presidential election.

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