That’s not enough. Senators should press him to commit specifically to publicizing not just the results of Mueller’s investigation but detailed findings, even if Barr disagrees with them. For example, as a private lawyer Barr sent Deputy Atty. Gen. Rod Rosenstein an unsolicited memo suggesting that Trump could not have violated an obstruction of justice statute by firing Comey, regardless of his motive. But if Mueller nevertheless comes to the opposite conclusion, Barr shouldn’t prevent that finding from being shared with Congress and the public.
Source: latimes.com – Los Angeles Times