We at The Bulwark think the public needs to read the Mueller report thoroughly, carefully, as citizens—not as lawyers. We believe that our elected officials in Congress should demand the fullest possible transparency, and exercise their rights as a co-equal branch of government and see as much of the report as possible.
A searchable PDF copy of the Mueller report can be downloaded here.
Bulwark originals on the Mueller Report
- Trump Sits on a Throne of Lies, by Jonathan V. Last
- Politics or Principle: Congress Must Decide, by Former Congressman Joe Walsh
- Six Preliminary Takeaways from the Mueller Report, by Kim Wehle
- Portrait of the President as a Gangster, by Jonathan V. Last
- How Barr’s Dizzying Attempt to Spin Failed, by Andrew Egger
- This Is What Obstruction Looks Like, by Charles Sykes
- A Deeply Disturbing Account of a Reckless Presidency, by Christian Vanderbrouk
Bulwark podcasts on the Mueller Report
- William Kristol on Mueller, 4/19/19
- The Mueller Report First Read with Kim Wehle, 4/18/19
- Pre-release episode archive.
Other resources and analysis
In an effort to help citizens digest this lengthy report, we’ve provided a list below of analysis and resources on the report from a wide variety of sources, so readers can best form their own views. The list will be updated.
- What Mueller Found on Russia and on Obstruction: A First Analysis, Lawfare
- Read the Mueller Report: Searchable Document and Index, New York Times
- The Mueller report redactions, explained in 4 charts, Vox
- What to make of the Mueller report, The Economist
- Your big questions about the Mueller report, answered, Aaron Blake of the Washington Post
Coverage of the Mueller Report by:
- The Wall Street Journal
- National Review
- Commentary Magazine
- The Daily Beast
- Reason Magazine
- Washington Examiner
- Roll Call
- Fox News