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News Analysis 🔎| The #MuellerReport appears to have been carefully worded by lawyers working under former #SpecialCounsel #RobertMueller, and perhaps #Mueller himself, in a manner designed to inflict political damage on President Donald Trump.

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What makes these examples particularly notable is that access to the underlying material used in the #MuellerReport is extremely limited.

In instances where information is publicly available, they highlight inconsistencies, raising concerns that the report may be hiding more.
1) #Mueller's Selective Editing of Voicemail
Compare the quote in the #MuellerReport (img 1) to the full quote (img 2).

“…they changed the tenor and the contents of that conversation with [@GenFlynn lawyer] Robert Kelner.”

Read full report: theepochtimes.com/transcript-in-…
2) The Rtskhiladze Texts

The Mueller report incorrectly refers to #Rtskhiladze as a “Russian businessman,” contains excerpts of some texts between him and #MichaelCohen.

Again, compare the quote from the #MuellerReport to the full quotation.

(See more: assets.documentcloud.org/documents/5977…)
3) Papadopoulos’s Meeting With Downer

#MuellerReport notes “On May 6, 2016,” while publicly available shows @GeorgePapa19 met with Downer on May 10th—a significant detail in the context of 2 different meetings that took place on or about May 6.

(Source: nypost.com/2019/04/19/how…)
4) #Rosenstein & @JeffSessions Discussed Need to Remove @Comey

Left out of the #MuellerReport was that discussions about the need to fire #Comey occurred as far back as Sessions’ nomination for AG, well before Rosenstein's confirmation as DAG.

(Source: npr.org/2017/05/19/529…)
5) Why Was George Nader Allowed to Leave Country?

#GeorgeNader, who is mentioned over 100 times in the #MuellerReport, was arrested June 3 on charges of possessing child pornography on one of his cell phones.

@FBI already had the serial numbers of his 3 phones, suggesting…
… there may have been some sort of #Surveillance prior to his January interview.

If accurate, this raises substantial questions as to why Nader was later allowed to leave the country, given the Feb. 12, 2018, discovery of the child pornography on his phone.
The larger question raised is the notable omission of critical details within the #MuellerReport.

If it’s this easy to uncover discrepancies with limited public information, one wonders what may exist in comparison to underlying source documents.
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