The public interest has risen over the course of the two-year investigation, and there is still much that the public does not know. However, if you want to read the Müller Report yourself, there are a few ways you can download it.
Barnes & Noble distributes a free e-book version of the revised report. If you have pre-ordered the report in the Nook App, the eBook should now be available on your iPhone ($ 1,000 at Amazon) iPad ($ 280 at Amazon) or an Android Device available. If you have not pre-ordered, you can order it now.
The Mueller Report is also publicly available on the US Department of Justice website.
How to read Barnes & Noble's Mueller Report
Log in to your Barnes & Noble account. You can create one if you do not have one.
Search for "Mueller Report".
Be sure to select the Mueller report from the US Department of Justice, which is listed as a free Nook Book. This is the official report that will be uploaded to your device after the report has been published.
Tap Order and show cart.
Tap Continue to checkout (even if it's free).
Barnes & Noble reviews your report's order details (that is, where the book will be uploaded based on the device you ordered from.)
Tap Submit order, and you should receive an e-mail the order is confirmed.
Barnes & Noble claimed to sell printed copies of the report with special editions and related materials taking the week of April 29th.also takes orders for the report, although it costs at least $ 7.99.
"We have received strong demand from our clients for this report, and we want to make it as easy as possible for them to access it as soon as possible," said Tim Mantel, Chief Merchandising Officer of Barnes & Noble, in a statement ,
What is the report Müller?
Investigations by former FBI Director Robert Mueller began in 2017. Müller's 448-page report on Russia's interference in the 2016 US Presidency The election was passed on March 22 to Attorney General William Barr.
Muller's investigation resulted in six charges against the adviser to President Donald Trump and 26 Russian nationals – some were charged with hacking. Twelve Russians were also tied to malware-infected servers of the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 election campaign. The compromised servers allowed the theft of thousands of emails, which were subsequently published by WikiLeaks.
You can also read the report here:
Originally posted on April 18 at 6:28 pm PT.
Updates: 7:03 am 19:48, 8:04, 8:35, 9:26, 7:42. PT : Adds more information.
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