(The Week) Everyone wants to see the Mueller report. Yes, literally everyone.
Attorney General William Barr has so far refused to promise to make the contents of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe public — an issue that led most Senate Democrats to oppose his confirmation in the first place. Yet it seems even Republicans are fed up with the secrecy, as the House voted unanimously Thursday on a resolution demanding the report be made public.
Both sides of the aisle teamed up, voting 420-0 to make Mueller’s report on potential ties between President Trump’s campaign and Russian election interference available to Congress and the public. Eight members of Congress didn’t vote and four Republicans voted “present,” but no one voted against the non-binding resolution.