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Wow. Mueller wrote a letter to William Barr complaining that his summary of the report confused the public, potentially undermining public confidence in the investigation, WaPo reports.

Of course, it did exactly that. Key quote from Mueller's letter:

Another key detail from WaPo report:

"Mueller’s main worry was that the public was not getting an accurate understanding of the obstruction investigation."

It appears those who claimed that anyone who questioned the Barr letter was also doubting Mueller got it entirely wrong.
Here's a question I have. Is there any chance that Mueller did this letter knowing in part that it would result in more pressure for him to testify to Congress, to air his views on the report and DOJ's handling of it?
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