Graham Opposed to Resolution for Public Mueller Report

Nearly every US representative agrees – the Muller report into potential Russian-Trump Collusion should be made public. The House also wants their Senate colleagues to unanimously pass the symbolic resolution as well. However, at least one is pushing back – Sen. Lindsey Graham.

The 420-0 House vote Thursday included four who voted “present” and seven who did not vote.

In a press statement, Sen. Graham says he would agree to the resolution with “a simple change.” He wants to include language asking for the appointment of a special counsel to “investigate alleged misconduct around the handling of the Clinton email investigation. As well as, “investigate the abuse of the FISA warrant process against Mr. Carter Page,” NBC News reports.