Transcript for Sen. Graham presents full Mueller report at Senate hearing
Here's the good news. And here's the Mueller report. You can read it for yourself. As about 400 in something pages. Can't say Everett at all but Everett most of it. There isn't un redacted version over and be classified section of the senate. A room morning go look at the indirect redacted version an active in found not to change evening in terms of an outcome. But a bit about the Muller reports. Who has Muller. For those who may not know. I don't know where you then but you may not know. That Bob Mueller has a reputation in this town and throughout the country's main outstanding. Lawyer and in men of the law. It was the FBI director. It was the day of the attorney general. It was in charge of the criminal division has Department of Justice. Is a United States marine. And he has served his country and a variety of circumstances. Long. And well. But those who took time to read the report. May as well written. Very thorough. Learned today what went in to this report. We're nineteen lawyers employed. Approximately forty FBI agents. And tell analyst. For an exit forensic accountants and other staff. 4800 subpoenas issued. 500 witnesses interviewed. 500 search warrants executed. More than 230 orders for communication. Records. So they records could be obtained. Thirteen request to foreign governments for evidence. Over 25 million dollars spent. Over two years. We made outer burial much but I hope we can agree that it he had ample resources. Took a lot of times. And tall a lot of people. And you can read for yourself what he found.
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