Twitter users compare Mueller report redactions to celebrity outfits

Mail Online | 4/19/2019 | Carly Stern For Dailymail.com
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Thanks to abundant redactions, the just-released Mueller report is filled with blacked-out text, creating pages and pages of dark boxes of different sizes and patterns on white backgrounds.

And some social media users with a cheeky sense of humor find the whole thing quite fashionable.

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Since the report's release on Thursday, at least two viral Twitter threads have called out highlights in the document, comparing them side-by-side with celebrity outfits.

NPR engagement editor Danny Nett shared the first thread on Thursday evening, tweeting a list of 'Mueller report redactions as red carpet looks.'

Page - Redaction - Text - Bottom - Chanel

He compared page 33, which has a large black redaction on top and mostly clean text on the bottom, to a black and white Chanel Haute Couture gown that Emma Watson wore at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.

Page 28, which has more scattered redactions, is side-by-side with Lady Gaga in Rodarte at the Daily Front Row's 5th Annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards earlier this year.

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Page 20, which is nearly entirely blacked-out, is compared to Billy Porter in a Christian Siriano tuxedo dress at this year's Oscar's, while Danny says the completely blacked-out page 30 is Kit Harington in...
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