Eric Holder, attorney general under former President Barack Obama, appeared on MSNBC last Monday saying he thought Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report should be made public.
Holder said, “You look at the letter and you`re trying to figure how much of this is Barr, how much of this is Mueller, how much of this is based on the Mueller findings? I think it all points to the fact that at the end of the day, Congress, the public are going to have to get access to the Mueller report.”
The interesting part about Holder’s opinion is the fact that it molds and changes depending on the political climate — and the party that is involved. This is evident in the radically different opinion had in a striking similar situation in 1999 involving then-President Bill Clinton.