But the details are not yet known.
US Special Prosecutor Robert Muller completed his 22-month investigation of Russian intervention in the 2016 presidential elections in the United States. About this, US Attorney General William Barr said in a letter to members of Congress.
Barr said that he would study the conclusions reached by the special prosecutor, and in the coming days, he might tell about them and send the main conclusions from the report to the heads of the legal committees of both chambers of Congress. He also added that he intends to adhere to the policy of “the greatest possible transparency.”
I am going to consult separately with the Deputy Prosecutor General Rosenstein and Special Prosecutor Muller to decide how much of the information from the report can be disclosed to Congress and the general public so that it complies with the law, in particular with the provisions of the Special Prosecutor, as well as with established practice and policy.William BarrUS Attorney General
In the administration of President Trump claim that she was not given to get acquainted with the investigation. US Department of Justice spokesman Kerry Kupek reported that “very few” saw the report: first of all, the attorney general and his deputy got acquainted with him.
According to unofficial data, in its report, the special prosecutor does not recommend to bring any new charges. During the investigation, the Muller team filed charges against 34 people, including six from Trump’s entourage and 25 Russians, alleged GRU employees and the “trolley factory.”