Here's Where the White House Stands With the Mueller Report

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Posted: Mar 23, 2019 3:20 PM
Here's Where the White House Stands With the Mueller Report

It's been 24 hours since Attorney General Bill Barr announced Special Counsel Robert Mueller has officially concluded his two-year long investigation into the 2016 presidential election. 

When the announcement was made late Friday afternoon, the White House had not been briefed on the report. 

As of Saturday afternoon, the situation hasn't changed. Deputy White House Press Secretary Hogan Gidley told reporters Sanders' statement stands.

Meanwhile, President Trump is in Florida this weekend where he is conducting a series of meetings with foreign leaders and administration officials. He golfed Saturday morning and the White House called an early lid on the traveling press pool.

Attorney General Barr is expected to release a few details about the findings in Mueller's report as early as Sunday.

Attorneys for President Trump have reportedly asked for a briefing on the report before any of its details are made public.

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