The results of U.S. Attorney John Durham’s probe into the origins of the now-debunked Russia collusion investigation have been highly anticipated for months, and the Justice Department just revealed that Amercians may not have to wait much longer.
Top DOJ spokeswoman Kerri Kupec told Fox News’ Bill Hemmer that the Justice Department is “hopeful” that the results of Durham’s probe will be released “by the end of the summer.”
Durham is notoriously tight-lipped about the progress of his investigation into the Obama administration’s attempt to undermine Donald Trump’s presidency, but the DOJ appears confident that the investigation may be wrapped up sooner rather than later.
Kupec explained to Hemmer that a report is not “the goal” of the investigation, but that it will still “be really pivotal to the restoration of that one-tiered system of justice.
“There is a story to be told there,” Kupec continued. “The American people deserve resolution, and frankly, justice deserves resolution.”
Attorney General Bill Barr also revealed last month that he believes that Durham is close to finishing the investigation “before the end of summer.”
Kupec remarked that as always, there is no concrete date for the findings to be released. “There are no guarantees in life, but we certainly hope to see one by the end of the summer. I think it’s important.”
Hemmer pressed Kupec about whether Americans can at least expect an announcement before the November election, to which she replied, “I will just tell you this. We are hopeful, and we expect to see a report by the end of the summer.”
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