Bookseller Barnes & Noble wants to reward those who have patiently waited for the release of the highly-anticipated findings of Robert Mueller's investigation into President Donald Trump.
On Wednesday, the company announced that customers can pre-order "The Mueller Report" on the company's Nook e-reader or app, and have it downloaded upon release of the report Thursday. The full 400-page redacted report, which examines Trump and allegations of Russia's influence on the 2016 presidential election, is expected to be delivered to Congress and released to the public Thursday between 11 a.m. and noon EDT.
Currently, the public only has access to a four-page summary of the report by Attorney General William Barr. In Barr's letter, he said that no proof was found that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia but said Mueller made no decision over whether the president obstructed justice.
Want news from USA TODAY on WhatsApp? Click this link on your mobile device to get started
420 Reasons to try this burger: Carl's Jr. will have a special $4.20 CBD burger for 4/20. Here's where to get it.
Barr said that Mueller's office left that charging decision to him and the Justice Department — in which they decided that there was insufficient evidence to charge the president with an obstruction-of-justice offense.
On Barnes and Noble's product description on its website, the company stated, "This is a PDF/direct replica of historic The Mueller Report as released by the U.S. Department of Justice, Barr redactions and all, and it is essential reading for all Americans on both sides of the aisle."
Follow USA TODAY intern Ben Tobin on Twitter: @TobinBen
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Barnes & Noble offers free downloadable copy of the Mueller Report upon release