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Democratic Lawmaker: ‘Some Things May Need To Be Redacted’ From Mueller Report

Democratic Lawmaker: ‘Some Things May Need To Be Redacted’ From Mueller Report

In a pair of tweets sent out on Saturday, Trump outlined that he hasn't read the special investigator's report into allegations that the Trump campaign team colluded with Russian Federation and accusations that the president himself obstructed justice.

Mueller's entire report and any exhibits and other underlying evidence that the Justice Department might withhold.

The Justice Department says that, as of the end of March, it's working on 415 records requests related to Mueller's office, with nearly half of those received the last week of the month.

Trump said on Twitter, "Looks like Bob Mueller's team of 13 Trump Haters & Angry Democrats are illegally leaking information to the press while the Fake News Media make up their own stories with or without sources - sources no longer matter to our corrupt & dishonest Mainstream Media, they are a Joke!" It also said that "while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him".

"But if we can not reach an accommodation, then we will have no choice but to issue subpoenas for these materials", the New York Democrat said. He criticized Rep. Jerry Nadler, the Democratic chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, for comments the New York Democrat made on "Face the Nation" minutes earlier denouncing Barr as a "bias defender" of the president.

He told Congress in a letter last week he must redact material that was presented to a grand jury, as required by law, as well as information that could reveal United States intelligence agencies' sources and methods.




Democrats on Capitol Hill have stated that they will take Barr to court if their subpoena is again ignored.

"The requests for his private tax information are not consistent with governing law, do not advance any proper legislative goal, and threaten to interfere with the ordinary conduct of audits", Mr Consovoy said.

Asked about Trump's thinking on a potential pardon for former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, Giuliani - who represents Trump as his personal lawyer, not as a White House lawyer - said that "yes", he and Trump had discussed pardons "at the very beginning, and decided the whole question of pardons would be put off".

Concerns about possible conflicts of interest have simmered since Mr Trump moved into the White House in January 2017, along with lingering questions from his presidential campaign about his net worth, tax profile and past financial dealings.

Mulvaney said Democrats will never see Trump's tax returns, "nor should they".

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