Giuliani: Going to See 'No Collusion' From Mueller Report

Giuliani: Going to See 'No Collusion' From Mueller Report

Mueller released the report on his almost two year investigation into Russian meddling during the 2016 presidential election on March 22.

"Mueller, and the A.G. based on Mueller findings (and great intelligence), have already ruled No Collusion, No Obstruction", the president tweeted Monday.

The president's latest comments come days after he called the probe an attempted "coup", while Barr promised to investigate FBI "spying" on Trump. But given what little Democrats have seen of Mueller's findings, they want more answers on exactly how the Justice Department came to that conclusion.

But on the issue of whether Trump obstructed justice, Barr said the report neither exonerated or indicted the president. The full report will show whether Barr's summary left out anything damaging to the president.

Powerful, deadly storms sweep across the South
The Washington Post went on to report that an elderly man was killed "when a tree fell on his trailer in Hamilton, Mississippi ". The large storm system also caused flash floods in Louisiana, where two deaths were reported.

People familiar with the matter told the New York Times in a Sunday report that the White House legal team intends to focus on two points that went unanswered in Attorney General William Barr's four-page summary of Mueller's report was released late last month.

Attorney General Bill Barr has indicated he will hand over a restricted copy of the 400-page report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller that edits out "sensitive" details sometime next week. In it, Barr said the "special counsel's investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russian Federation in its efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election".

Barr has said he will release as much of the Mueller report as possible, while excluding material Mueller included from secret grand jury testimony and confidential USA intelligence sources. Later in the hearing, Barr clarified that he has no "specific evidence" of such surveillance but that he has "questions about it" and "concerns about various aspects of it".

Related Articles