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posted Friday, April 19, 2019 - Volume 47 Issue 16
Jayapal statement on release of the Mueller report
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Jayapal statement on release of the Mueller report

WASHINGTON, DC - [On Thursday, April 18, 2019] Representative Pramila Jayapal (WA-07) released the following statement regarding the public release of the Mueller report:



'From day one, Congress and the American public have demanded release of the full Mueller report and all underlying documents; anything less is unacceptable,' said Congresswoman Jayapal. 'Congress has a right and responsibility to review the Special Counsel's full investigation without omissions to determine what steps must be taken - and whether further action is necessary.

'I am troubled by Donald Trump's hand-picked Attorney General's apparent protection of a President who could not be exonerated by the Special Counsel on at least ten counts of obstruction of justice, and the numerous willing contacts documented between the Trump Campaign and a foreign power that was explicitly out to influence our last elections and likely our upcoming elections.

'Congress has a duty - rooted firmly in the Constitution - to safeguard the justice system and prevent obstruction of justice. To do this, we must have the full report. Attorney General Barr's refusal to release the full report and underlying materials prevents Congress from doing our constitutional duty. Barr should be acting as the nation's Attorney General not Trump's personal attorney. Anything less is unacceptable.'

Courtesy of the Office of Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal

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