Attorney General William Barr is reviewing the almost 400-page report and says he plans to release it in the coming days after redacting confidential information, such as secret grand jury testimony or foreign intelligence that was included in the report.
But news media reports said that members of Mueller's team were unhappy with the way Barr had characterized its main conclusions in his four-page summary.
That has caused frustration among members of Mueller's team, who have told associates they are frustrated with the limited information provided about their almost two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and whether US President Donald Trump sought to obstruct justice.
Yet Barr also conceded that Mueller did compile evidence of obstruction, and quoted the special counsel as saying that: "While this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him".
Additional media reports following the release of the Mueller findings detail that the team assembled to create it are dissatisfied with how Barr has described their conclusions.
When asked if he would object to having the full report released to the public, Giuliani responded that "no Republican is pushing back on full disclosure of the report".
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On Wednesday, the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee voted along party lines to authorize Nadler to issue subpoenas for the full report, underlying evidence from the 22-month investigation and documents and testimony from five former Trump aides.
Barr has said he plans to release a version of the Mueller report to Congress by the middle of April.
"The Department continues to work with the Special Counsel on appropriate redactions to the report so that it can be released to Congress and the public", Kupec said in a statement.
While Donald Trump does the happy dance and crows that he's been "completely and totally exonerated" for all we know the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker may have been exonerated as well, or maybe not.
Nadler indicated if necessary, lawmakers could go to court to ensure they'll see even grand jury data in the Mueller report.
"This Russia Hoax must never happen to another President, and Law Enforcement must find out, HOW DID IT START?"