Josh Kovensky contributed reporting.
Update: A few minutes after 3 p.m. ET, several outlets reported that Barr would deliver a letter to Congress within “30–45 minutes.”
Attorney General William Barr is expected to deliver a summary of special counsel Robert Mueller’s findings to Congress on Sunday, several outlets reported Sunday citing unnamed people familiar with the matter.
The Washington Post, citing an unnamed person familiar with the matter, reported that Barr was “expected to issue sometime Sunday a summary of the findings of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation.”
And CNN, also citing an unnamed person familiar with the process, said Barr was “expected to provide Congress and the public Sunday with his summary of the main conclusions from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.”
An unnamed member of the House Judiciary Committee told The Hill that the Justice Department told committee members to expect a “briefing of the conclusions,” in the publication’s words, by 5 p.m.
Fox News reported something similar:
Sources tell @FoxNews to anticipate Barr’s letter to Congress shortly after 5pm
— Sean Langille (@SeanLangille) March 24, 2019
This post has been updated.