The redacted Mueller Report is expected to be released tomorrow and both supporters and opponents of the President are prepared both with a response and a suggested course of action after its made the rounds.
If you’re asking how they can have a response and a course of action on something they haven’t read, it’s because neither side is expecting much new information. This is because the Attorney General William Barr has released a memo with his interpretation of the report and while it’s says there is no evidence the President colluded with Russia, it also says it doesn’t completely exonerate him.
This leaves a lot up to interpretation, and that understanding is seen through a prism of whether you like the President or not.
It’s political abstract art.
Supporters of the President will stick to Barr’s initial words and also pick some angles of the report that will further prove the President did nothing.
Opponents are already calling for an unredacted version of the report and are pointing to the fact that the President never sat for an interview.
Either way, it’s unlikely the report will go away and that it will remain a talking point for the 2020 elections.
But it should be an amusing lunchtime reading, and your opinionated relatives will have a lot to say on your social media feeds tomorrow.