U.S. Attorney General William Barrah spent confidential Saturday's report of special attorney Robert Mueller on his two-year Russian inspection, as Bar and his counselors decide how many of Muller's findings will be conceded to Congress and the American public.
The first summary of Muller's report can be released on Sunday, people familiar with the process, the Associated Press said. The Bar and Deputy Chief Prosecutor Rod Rosenstein, who appointed and led Mueller, held a session on Saturday, analyzing the report and trying to compile the main conclusions about the interaction between the members of the Trump campaign and the Russians.
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Mueller handed Barr's final report on Friday announcing the end of the 22-month investigation of Russian interventions in the presidential election in 2016, and whether President Trump's assistants have helped them  Bar said he wanted to release as much as possible from the law report, which would require him to judge the Ministry of Justice's protocol that he does not publish negative information about people who are not accused of public interest. Congressional Democrats want the full report to be published.
Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a letter to Congress members that Barr's proposal to provide a summary of the main conclusions is "insufficient".
Congress calls for a full report and key documents so that the committees can continue their independent work, including supervision and legislation, to resolve all issues that may arise in the United States.
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which the report of Muller can raise, "Pelosi wrote in the letter.
Representative Jamie B. Raskin, D-Md., Told the Washington Post that House Democrats' goal was to ensure that Barr would publish "the entire Mueller report and all evidence that it was built."
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"Obviously, the scope of the congressional investigation is far wider than that of a special adviser," he said. "We have a wider interest than just blaming certain individuals for committed crimes."
United States. Senator Chris Cooper, a member of the Senate Committee on Justice, issued a warning to his fellow Democrats, who remain in the hope that the report will implicate Trump in any violations: "After receiving the main conclusions of the report, I think it is quite possible that this will be a good day for the president and his main supporters. "
Trump shook Müller's investigation almost every day as he began calling him" witch hunt "and insisted that there was no" agreement "between his campaign and Russia. As Muller delivered the report on Friday, the president remained atypically quiet. He spent the weekend in Florida, where he met with Caribbean leaders and played golf.
On Saturday, the White House said it was not informed about the report.
At the end, Muller accused 34 people, including former campaign president, Paul Mannorth, his first national security advisor Michael Flynn, and three Russian companies. Twenty-five Russians were charged with allegations of interference through elections by hacking democratic e-mail accounts during the campaign season in 2016, or spreading disinformation in an organized social media campaign.
Other Trump supporters, including Donald Trump Jr., have speculated about possible violations. Trump Jr. played a role in organizing a Trump Tower meeting with a Kremlin lawyer, and Trump Jared Kouchner's son-in-law was interviewed at least twice by prosecutors. Mueller and sixth long-term trustee Roger Stone await trial on allegations that he lied to Congress and was involved in a witness.
On Friday, the National Committee of the Republic highlights Trump's cooperation with the investigation.
"Democrats have long reject their politically motivated calls for endless investigations," said the press service of Special Attorney Peter Carr. against former Trump's assistant Rick Gates' campaign will be handed over to the US Attorney in the District of Columbia. Gates is a contributor to Muller's investigation and continues to assist in several other investigations.
Associated Press contributed to this report.