DOJ Gives Update On When To Expect “Pivotal” Report From John Durham Probe

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A spokesperson for the Department of Justice announced that U.S. Attorney John Durham’s criminal inquiry into the Russian investigation is on track to release a report by the end of the summer.

Kerri Kupec, a top spokeswoman for the agency, told Fox News that a report is not “the goal” of the criminal investigation, but it will nevertheless “be really pivotal to the restoration of that one tiered system of justice.”

The investigation has been decried by Democrats as a scheme to damage President Donald Trump’s political opponents and hailed by Republicans who claimed the Russia probe was a partisan hit job.

“There is a story to be told there. The American people deserve resolution, and frankly, justice deserves resolution,” Kupec declared.

Attorney General William Barr said last month he expects “developments” in Durham’s investigation “hopefully before the end of the summer.” Kupec reinforced the notion that this was only a guess.

“There are no guarantees in life, but we certainly hope to see one by the end of the summer. I think it’s important,” she said.

“I will just tell you this. We are hopeful, and we expect to see a report by the end of the summer,” Kupec said.

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