Barnes & Noble Is Offering Free Download of the Mueller Report

Marco Green
April 20, 2019

Barnes & Noble is offering curious readers a chance to view special counsel Robert Mueller's full report on the Russian Federation investigation as soon as Attorney General William Barr drops the 400-page document early Thursday. Consumers can pre-order the document at the bookseller's site and receive a copy after its release on Thursday.

Bookseller Barnes & Noble said Wednesday that it's offering "The Mueller Report" for pre-order to customers. It will then be posted publicly on the special counsel's website.

The House of Representatives unanimously voted (420-0) on March 14 in favor of a resolution to urge Attorney General William Barr to release Mueller's full report to Congress and the country for the sake of "transparency". Barr said Mueller ruled out collusion, but did not draw a conclusion about possible obstruction by Trump.

Mueller brought charges against 34 people - including Trump's campaign chairman Paul Manafort, national security adviser Michael Flynn and personal lawyer Michael Cohen - and revealed the Kremlin's wide-ranging effort to influence the 2016 presidential election.

The last couple of weeks have found Team Trump moving heaven and earth to block wide release of the the Mueller report, the thing that totally exonerates the president. On Amazon, several print editions of the Mueller report are retailing for between about $7 to $11 each, with expected publication dates later this month.

A redacted version of the report was delivered to Congress Thursday morning and made available to the public.

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