Can A Four-Page Summary Of Robert Mueller's 300 Page Report On Russian Collusion Be Accurate?

New York Times: Mueller Report Exceeds 300 Pages, Raising Questions About Four-Page Summary

WASHINGTON — The still-secret report on Russian interference in the 2016 election submitted by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, last week was more than 300 pages long, according to American officials with knowledge of it, a length that raises new questions about Attorney General William P. Barr’s four-page summary.

Mr. Barr wrote to Congress on Sunday offering what he called the “principal conclusions” of the report — including that Mr. Mueller had not found evidence that the Trump campaign took part in a conspiracy to undermine the election. But he had notably declined to publicly disclose its length.

The total of 300-plus pages suggests that Mr. Mueller went well beyond the kind of bare-bones summary required by the Justice Department regulation governing his appointment and detailed his conclusions at length. And it raises questions about what Mr. Barr might have left out of the four dense pages he sent Congress.

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WNU Editor: Attorney General William P. Barr’s four-page summary is here .... .... READ: Barr's letter to Congress summarizing Mueller findings (The Hill). I have done 2 - 3 - 4 page executive summaries of large reports in the past. It is not that hard. You have to just take the time and outline the key points. As to Attorney General William P. Barr’s four-page summary. I am sure that if it was wrong, Robert Mueller and/or his team would be the first to come out and publicly disagree with it, or leak their disagreement to the press. They have not, which tells me that this summary does cover the key points.

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