Everyone wants a public Mueller report, and that's not an exaggeration.
Audible, a global audiobook producer and distributor owned by Amazon, announced Tuesday that it's desperately awaiting the results of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. And once it's maybe, possibly, released "by an official or sanctioned entity," Audible will record and release it as a free audiobook, the company said.
Attorney General William Barr revealed last week that he had received Mueller's investigation and released his preliminary findings from the report on Sunday. Mueller apparently indicated that it was up to Barr to decide whether "conduct" outlined in his report warranted charges against the president, but Barr declined to press them. Democrats and Republicans alike have since called for the report to be released to clear up any uncertainty.
Of course, Audible's promise relies on Barr actually releasing the report in its entirety. He hasn't committed to that, but maybe we'll get a few chapters in the future. Kathryn Krawczyk