Lawmakers are still awaiting the details from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's 675-day investigation into the Trump campaign's potential involvement with Russian election interference, but it is likely Attorney General William Barr will brief Congress on the principle conclusions on Sunday. Mueller submitted the report to Attorney General William Barr on Friday. Barr was reviewing the report on Saturday to decide how much information he would make available to both Congress and the public. What is clear so far is that Mueller will not be indicting anyone else beyond the 30 people who already face criminal charges.

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