What will we know about the Mueller report, and when will we know it?

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U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) speaks with ranking Republican member Rep Doug Collins (R-GA) as the committee debates before voting to subpoena Special Counsel Robert Mueller's full unredacted report and the underlying evidence from his investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election, on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., April, 3, 2019. Photo credit: Alex Wroblewski/Reuters

The Mueller report: what’s likely to be redacted and what will be released? Will these decisions protect the president and his family? And is Barr really saying that there won’t be an executive privilege review? Meanwhile, a House committee has voted to authorize subpoenas for the full Mueller report.

An appeals court in New York ruled recently that Summer Zervos, a former contestant on “The Apprentice,” can continue her lawsuit against the president while he is in office. He might not be forced to testify though. One interesting lesson the president has possibly learned: a measured statement denying Zervos’ allegations might not be serving him as well in court -- he might have been on stronger legal footing if he had railed against her on Twitter.

Then, David Fahrenthold of the Washington Post reports on the president’s inflated statements of wealth. How many stories is Trump Tower? Ken, is this bank fraud?

Finally, Michael Avenatti’s legal troubles continue. But, are they good for business?



Sara Fay