The Justice Department official described the still-secret report as over 300 pages, while a second official said it was between 300 and 400 pages, without exhibits.
The page length was a mystery in the days following the announcement that Müller had finished his work last Friday, as the Department of Justice was constantly refusing to comment on the page number, but called it "comprehensive". The four-page summary of Mueller's report, Attorney General Bill Barr, contained few details about his structure and described it as "divided into two parts."
Even many members of Congress have remained in the dark about the width of Parliament's report until recently.
A judiciary confirmed that Barr's page length in a phone call with the chairman of the Home Justice Department Rep. discussed. Jerry Nadler on Wednesday. Nadler would only say the report was "very voluminous" and less than 1
Barr published a four-page memo on Sunday stating that Muller's investigation did not state that the Trump campaign had conspired with the Russian government before the election, but the Democrats demanded the full report from Mueller and to see the underlying evidence.
A small team from the Department of Justice is working to determine what parts of the report this will allow to be made public after being wiped out for the grand jury and other material related to ongoing investigations.
This story has been updated.