The damage of Mueller's report will be 'in the details': CNN's Kaitlan Collins
President Donald Trump, speaks to the media in the Rose Garden at the White House after meeting with Democrats to discuss the ongoing partial government shutdown. (Michael Candelori / Shutterstock.com)

On Tuesday, CNN's Kaitlan Collins warned that the drop of special counsel Robert Mueller's report has White House aides worried.


Attorney General Bill Barr is expected to make the report public on Thursday. Collins told CNN's Wolf Blitzer that the real damage to Trump will be in the details.

"President Trump is telling allies he's ready for the release of the redacted Mueller report. But inside the White House and around Washington, current and former officials say they're dreading it," she said.

She added, "The president believes Thursday's release will clear his name, but former aides fear it could be politically damaging."

"While they aren't expecting bombshells, sources tell CNN the damage will likely be in the details," Collins said. "The almost 400-page report won't be based on anonymous sources, but instead come from hundreds of hours of interviews with people who were closest to Trump. "

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