Why Trump suddenly says public should see Mueller's report
It also came amid concerns on Capitol Hill that the White House will try to gut Mueller's findings before they can reach lawmakers and a new CNN poll showed that a huge majority of the public wants to see the results.
It is often difficult to know whether Trump is working to a long-term strategic plan, testing out new political ground or just riffing in the moment to get past bad news and onto another subject.
But it's hard to take his comment seriously, partly because it recalls his frequent statements that he'd love to sit down in an interview with Mueller, an offer that never appears to have been taken seriously by his lawyers.
With his comment on Wednesday, the President could have simply been recognizing strong support among Americans for a public accounting of Mueller's work -- in the belief that he could not shape it without first acknowledging it.
The CNN/SSRS poll released on Wednesday found that 87% of Americans believe that the Mueller report should be made public. Just 9% disagree.
The President's sincerity is also called into question by a tweet last weekend that appeared to signal he was more interested in going through the motions of accountability than adopting it as a practice." excerpts
This whole "it doesn't matter, you'll be disappointed" meme that Trump apologists are promoting is just more Newspeak from this admin and it's fake news boys.