By Robert A. Vella
Special Counsel Robert Mueller just submitted his report on Russian collusion during the 2016 presidential campaign (and related matters) to Attorney General William Barr. This is all we know at this point.
Barr is now tasked with the responsibility of reporting it to Congress. At a minimum, he must inform Congress about the details of criminal prosecutions which were pursued by the Special Counsel’s office, any sealed indictments which have not been prosecuted, and any decisions not to indict suspected individuals.
Barr has announced that his report to Congress could be submitted as early as this weekend, but that detailed information might take longer.