"I have not read the Mueller Report yet, even though I have every right to do so", Trump wrote in a post on Twitter. Trump has claimed the report totally exonerates him, "no collusion, no obstruction, no nothing".
Giuliani, who told Fox News' Howard Kurtz on "MediaBuzz" that he would like to see the Mueller report released in its entirety, slammed The New York Times' sources for saying there were concerns raised by some members of Mueller's team that the report was more damning of Trump than Barr has publicly indicated.
"If we give the Democrats all 400 pages unredacted that's not going to be the end of the inquiry", Mulvaney said.
Mr Barr said he concluded that there was not enough evidence to show that Trump committed any crime.
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.
With Mueller failing to reach a decision on obstruction, Barr, a Trump appointee as the country's top law enforcement official, and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein decided that obstruction charges against Trump were not warranted.
"And here we are, not three months later, learning new details of how closely involved Trump's lawyers were in orchestrating Cohen's testimony while Attorney General Bill Barr (who had been appointed but not confirmed at the time of the story) withholds Mueller's own view of those documents, and just weeks after Barr and Rosenstein usurped the role of Congress to declare that the President's behavior - including efforts, however inadequately supported by admissible evidence, to suborn perjury - does not amount to criminal obstruction of justice".
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"We need to put more emphasis on people who can lead a team, who can sell a vision, who can lead a country, inspire a nation". Martin Hewitt, chairman of the National Police Chiefs' Council, said the mood was "incredibly febrile".
President Trump arriving at the white house after Mueller investigation concluded.
Democrats on Capitol Hill have stated that they will take Barr to court if their subpoena is again ignored.
He said he would like Congress to be given "all the information ... everything" from the Mueller report.
At stake is the president's ability to put the Russian Federation probe behind him and look to 2020 for reelection.
In an odd stroke of timing, the federal appeals court in Washington issued a ruling Friday in an unrelated case that buttresses the argument for keeping a close hold on grand jury information.
"The Department of Justice will continue to defend the long established tradition of protecting grand jury information", said spokeswoman Kelly Laco.
"The requests for his private tax information are not consistent with governing law, do not advance any proper legislative objective, and threaten to interfere with the ordinary conduct of audits", Mr Consovoy said.