300 Pages

Nicholas Fandos and Adam Goldman at the New York Times report: "The still-secret report on Russian interference in the 2016 election submitted by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, last week was more than 300 pages long, according to the Justice Department, a length that raises new questions about Attorney General William P. Barr's four-page summary."

That's one of many things that raises questions about Barr's four-page summary.


I don't know about you, but 300 pages doesn't sound like a lot to me for two years worth of investigative work. I feel reasonably certain I've written way more than 300 pages on the same subject over the same period.

I really want to know what Mueller and his team were doing with all that time.

Yet another reason the report must be released.

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