The Department of Justice will allow some lawmakers to view the Mueller report “without certain redactions” after it is released tomorrow.

“The disclosure of a version of the report without ‘certain redactions’ came in a filing late Wednesday in the Roger Stone prosecution,” writes Fox News. “The DOJ said it would publicly redact sections related to Stone’s case which is ongoing. Stone, a longtime confidant of the president, is awaiting trial on charges including false statements and obstruction.”

The DOJ did not disclose which members of Congress would view the report without certain redactions.

The Justice Department announced today that Attorney General William Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will hold a press conference tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. ET to discuss the release of the report.

It is unclear if the report will be released before or after the press conference.

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