OK, guess I need to do a breaking.
Robert Mueller told AG Bill Barr the initial summary Barr gave of the special counsel’s findings failed to capture the context, nature, and substance of the probe: Washington Posthttps://t.co/dlQvIV9CJV
— Mark Moseley (@KARKMark) April 30, 2019
The Bravo Sierra seems really high but it looks like Mueller might have sent Barr a letter expressing concerns about the “main points” memo that Barr wrote.
Barr and Mueller chatted about things on the phone for 15 minutes. And then we have:
“After the Attorney General received Special Counsel Mueller’s letter, he called him to discuss it,” a Justice Department spokeswoman said Tuesday. “In a cordial and professional conversation, the Special Counsel emphasized that nothing in the Attorney General’s March 24 letter was inaccurate or misleading. But, he expressed frustration over the lack of context and the resulting media coverage regarding the Special Counsel’s obstruction analysis. They then discussed whether additional context from the report would be helpful and could be quickly released.
To which the totally disgraced newsman Dan Rather said:
We can't function as a nation of law if we can't trust the Attorney General to tell the truth. Reporting of Mueller's letter to Barr protesting the contextualization of the Russian investigation is a bombshell. The AG's job is to serve the public not protect the president.
— Dan Rather (@DanRather) May 1, 2019
There you go. I don’t want to write a single additional word.