REPORT: Washington Post slammed over ’embarrassing’ Mueller report graphic novel to be released in December [Pictures]

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The Washington Post announced on Tuesday that it’s releasing a graphic novel version of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, an announcement that triggered swift backlash.

The Post, which previously collaborated with the publisher Scribner in releasing a book of Mueller’s findings from the Russia investigation, revealed that their second collaboration would be for a “graphic non-fiction book” titled “The Mueller Report Illustrated: The Obstruction Investigation,” which will solely focus on the obstruction of justice investigation into President Trump.

The article goes on to state the following:

“The book provides a unique, graphic depiction of the report’s most scrutinized passages and pivotal moments, all contextualized with The Post’s original reporting,” the Post said in a news release. “The Mueller Report Illustrated offers a fly-on-the-wall account of life in the White House, told through the accounts of the men and women who at one time served the president—James Comey, Michael Flynn, Donald McGahn, K.T. McFarland, Sean Spicer, Rod Rosenstein, Hope Hicks, Michael Cohen, and many others.”

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