On Thursday, the House unanimously voted to make the results of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe public, as the investigation appears to be winding down.
How much of the report is made public largely depends on the discretion of Attorney General William Barr.
On CNN’s the Lead, conservative columnist Mary Katherine Ham noted that the public has the right to view the findings.
“We paid for this sucker. It should be as public as possible, while protecting people from whatever is necessary,” Ham said.