Special counsel Robert Mueller's report, which will be released to Congress and the American public later this week, has restored confidence in the nation's democracy, but the revelations will be the "tip of the iceberg," as there are still concerns about Russia and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, Rep. Mike Turner, R-Ohio, predicted Monday.
"There was no collusion and we know that we did not have the aspect of the Trump campaign doing that," Rep. Turner told Fox News' "America's Newsroom." "I do think there should be a concern, though, in knowing what has happened with respect to the Hillary Clinton and Democratic National Committee-funded dossier where they actually hired a retired former intelligence officer that was British for the purposes of talking to Russians, and then used that information in a way where the government used it to undertake surveillance on the other campaign.
"I think that's wrong, and I think that's a threat."
Turner said it is important to know Attorney General William Barr quoted directly from the report, "which told us there was no collusion, neither tacit or expressed . . . hopefully we'll see in this report additional information about what Russia was doing and interfering and working."
Meanwhile, the investigation was not just about President Donald Trump's campaign, but about Russian interference, Turner said.
"The Mueller report will be interesting because they would have had access to things that the rest of us have not had," Turner said. "That hopefully can give us a greater picture. I think it will be the tip of the iceberg."