Burr QUOTE #4: "We've interviewed people I don't know if the special counsel knows about..."
Which means *some* (or *many*) new charges are coming.
And the two biggest ones? No timeline.
(1) Trump-Russia coordination; and
(2) the *effect* of Russian interference on the 2016 election and beyond.
This would suggest to anyone that these topics are the ones "larger, more complicated, more nefarious" than anyone anticipated.
(1) The Committee has held ~13 public hearings.
(2) The Committee has interviewed 200+ witnesses.
Do the math. How many witnesses do you think we don't know about?
QUOTE #12: "Burr had not wanted to expand the universe of witnesses the committee interviewed, but felt he had little choice. He guessed that the committee had completed interviews with its target list 'fairly early on' in 2017."
...and finished with that list *two years ago*. But Burr says they've been working 6-7 days a week since then.
But most importantly, he hedges on who the report would please or displease and, contrary to what Trumpists are falsely saying today, doesn't take a final position on collusion.