No more indictments expected to come from Robert Mueller probe: Sources

President Trump said he would like to see the special counsel's final report and did not mind if the public saw it as well.
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Transcript for No more indictments expected to come from Robert Mueller probe: Sources
We also have new reporting tonight on the Mueller report, expected at any time. All eyes were on Robert Mueller as he arrived at work today, even president trump talking about the report in the last 24 hours, saying, let the public see it. Well, tonight, right here, what our Jon Karl has just learned, what not to expect when this report comes. Reporter: Wearing a baseball cap and driving himself, Robert Mueller arrived at his office today amidst widespread speculation his investigation is about to end. Tonight, sources familiar with the probe tell ABC news they expect no more indictments from the special counsel. I asked the president whether the public will get a chance to see Mueller's final report. Does the American public have a right to see the Mueller report? I don't mind. I mean, frankly, I told the house, if you want, let them see it. Let it come out. Let people see it. That's up to the attorney general. We have a very good attorney general, he's a very highly respected man, and we'll see what happens. Reporter: President trump says he wants to see the report himself. I think it's ridiculous, but I want to see the report. Reporter: So, what will the report say about the president and any others who are not indicted? Today, a clue, in form of a little-noticed letter written last year by a man who has overseen the investigation, deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein. In that letter, Rosenstein made it clear there would not be a replay of what former FBI director James Comey did in June 2016, when he held a news conference harshly criticizing Hillary Clinton, even as he announced she would not be indicted. As Rosenstein wrote, "We also have a duty to prevent the disclosure of information that would unfairly tarnish people who are not charged with crimes." Jon Karl live at the white house again tonight. And Jon, I want to get back to your reporting late today, your sources telling you tonight they do not expect anymore indictments from the special counsel? Reporter: David, I am told not to expect anymore indictments from the special counsel, but as white house officials are keenly aware, that is not the end of the special counselnvestigations not an end to investigations related to the president of the united States. There are still multiple criminal investigations and, of course, David, Democrats in congress are just getting started. All right, Jon Karl with us. Jon, thank you.

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