The nearly 400-page report will include redactions.
The Justice Department plans to release the Mueller report on the findings in the Trump-Russian investigation this Thursday, according to multiple news reports sourced to DOJ officials.
Attorney General William Barr has said he will try to publicly release as much as he can of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia in the 2016 election and whether President Donald Trump committed obstruction of justice.
But the approximately 400-page report will include redactions for grand jury material, classified information, and other sensitive material.
The release of the Mueller report comes about three weeks after Barr released his “principal conclusions” in a letter to Congress that was immediately made public. In it, Barr said that the special counsel “did not establish” coordination of conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Mueller did not come to a conclusion on…