The US Supreme Court blocked the disclosure of Russian reporting materials

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FILE PHOTO: Panoramic view of the US Supreme Court building in Washington, USA May 8, 2020. REUTERS / Jonathan Ernst / File Photo


In a brief order, the judges issued a March ruling by the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia that documents must be disclosed to lawmakers.

The order gave the government until June 1 to formally appeal that judgment, meaning that if the judges decide to hear the case, the final solution may not be reached until after the election. November 3, in which the Republican president is looking for a second four-year term. If the judges refuse to hear the appeal, the documents will need to be handed over.

Mueller submitted his report to U.S. Attorney General William Barr in March 2019 following a 22-month investigation, detailing Russia's hacking and propaganda efforts to advance the candidacy. Trump, as well as many connections between the Trump Trump campaign and Moscow.

Barr, a Trump nominee, the Democrats who allegedly tried to protect the president politically, published a 450-page report in April 2019 with some remakes. Some Democrats have expressed concern that Barr has used …

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