The Justice Department will hold a press conference at 9:30 a.m. Thursday to discuss the Mueller report.
According to Bloomberg's Jennifer Jacobs, both Attorney General William Barr and Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein - who authorized and oversaw the majority of the investigation - will speak.
Here's what to expect from the release of the redacted report, according to the Daily Caller's Chuck Ross.
The report, which clocks in at nearly 400 pages, will contain Mueller’s findings about Russian efforts to influence the 2016 election. It will also detail the investigation into whether members of the Trump campaign conspired with Russians, and whether President Trump himself attempted to obstruct the FBI’s probe by firing James Comey as FBI director.
Attorney General William Barr has already revealed that Mueller & Co. were unable to establish that Trump associates conspired with Russia. But the report will likely shed light on how the investigation unfolded, and what other information was uncovered about any Russian attempts to infiltrate the campaign
Update: The Justice Department has informed Congress that they will receive the report sometime around 11 or 12 on Thursday.