The Washington Post said Thursday it's selling a paperback book version of the Robert Mueller report on the Russia investigation that includes analysis from two of its reporters.
On the morning of the long-awaited Justice Department release of the report, which will be partly redacted, the Post tweeted out a link to an Amazon page for the book The Mueller Report, with insights and analysis from Rosalind S. Helderman and Matt Zapotosky.
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It's available for $7.99 on Kindle and $10.99 in paperback.
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 18, 2019
Mueller's sprawling probe, which has ensnared several key figures in President Donald Trump's orbit for crimes unrelated to the underlying Russia collusion investigation, is called "a turning point in American history" in the Amazon promotion. The book is called "essential reading for all citizens concerned about the fate of the presidency and the future of our democracy:"
This edition from The Washington Post/Scribner contains:
—The long-awaited report
—An introduction by The Washington Post titled "A President, a Prosecutor, and the Protection of American Democracy"
—A timeline of the major events of the Special Counsel's investigation from May 2017, when Robert Mueller was appointed, to the present day
—A guide to individuals involved, including in the Special Counsel's Office, the Department of Justice, the FBI, the Trump Campaign, the White House, the Trump legal defense team, and the Russians
—Key documents in the Special Counsel's investigation, including filings pertaining to General Michael T. Flynn, Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen, Roger Stone, and the Russian internet operation in St. Petersburg. Each document is introduced and explained by Washington Post reporters.
One of the most urgent and important investigations ever conducted, the Mueller inquiry focuses on Donald Trump, his presidential campaign, and Russian interference in the 2016 election, and draws on the testimony of dozens of witnesses and the work of some of the country’s most seasoned prosecutors.
Both Amazon and the Washington Post are owned by the world's richest man, Jeff Bezos.
Attorney General William Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein are briefing reporters on Thursday at the Justice Department about the report.