In a series of tweets Friday, President Trump claimed that Robert Mueller’s findings on Russian interference shouldn’t become public. The tweet marked the first time Trump called for the special counsel’s findings to be quashed from the public.
According to Business Insider, the legality of Mueller’s probe has been upheld in multiple courts. On Thursday, the House of Representatives passed a resolution by a vote of 420-0 calling for the Mueller report to be made public.
To date, Mueller has charged 35 people, three Russian companies, and eight Americans affiliated with the Trump campaign.