(NBC News) Washington is on standby as special counsel Robert Mueller is expected to submit his report on the Russia investigation.
Mueller will give his report to Attorney General William Barr who will decide how much, if any, to make public.
“Expectations are high, American people are thirsty to find out what’s gone on,” says legal analyst and former Federal Prosecutor, Glenn Kirschner.
Releasing the report sets the stage for possible congressional subpoenas, but could also shed some light on any possible interference during the 2016 elections.
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