A top Republican said he doesn’t expect U.S. Attorney John Durham to come out with a report upon completing his review of the Russia investigation.
Rep. Doug Collins, the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, told Fox News last week what he believes will come out of the secretive inquiry, often called the “investigation into the investigators.”
“This is not going to be a Mueller report; there won’t be a report,” the Georgia Republican said, referring to former special counsel Robert Mueller’s 448-page report.
Collins said he believes the public will hear about the progress Durham has made when there is an indictment.
“When he’s ready to charge people, he’ll charge people,” Collins said. “And that’s when we’ll know.”
Not everyone believes there will be any charges.
“Your former colleague, Congressman Doug Collins, said today that he believes that the John Durham investigation into the origins of the Trump-Russia hoax and the FISA abuse and so forth will lead to criminal charges. I personally doubt that very much,” Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett said on Thursday while interviewing former Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz.