President-elect Barack Obama might be relaxing in his native Hawaii, but his mind is probably still back home in Chicago. While Obama does not plan to speak publicly, he is to release an internal review today on any communications his advisers had with the office of Illinois Governor Rod R. Blagojevich. The governor was arrested this month on charges that he tried to sell Obama’s vacant Senate seat to the highest bidder. The report will provide a narrative on the “limited” contact Obama’s advisers supposedly had with the governor’s office, according to the New York Times, who spoke to several people familiar with the report’s findings.
What do you expect the internal review report will say?