Attorney General William Barr will announce "as early as next week" that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has completed his probe into any possible involvement between President Trump's campaign and Russia's election interference in 2016, sources tell CNN. At some point after that, he'll reportedly give Congress a summary of the confidential report, rather than releasing details publicly. After two years of investigations, CNN says this is the "clearest indication" of Mueller wrapping up. "The precise timing of the announcement is subject to change," CNN says. It's unclear what Barr will include in the summary to Congress, or how long it will take for him to prepare that summary after announcing the probe has wrapped.

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