Attorney General William Barr held a press conference ahead of releasing a redacted version of the Mueller report.
The report is the culmination of special council Robert Mueller’s investigation into President Trump’s 2016 campaign and its link to Russia.
Barr spoke for more than 20 minutes ahead of releasing the report. Here are five things we learned.
WHAT CONGRESS WILL GET
Barr said he will allow Congress to view special counsel Robert Mueller's report with nothing redacted other than grand jury information. Leading up to the release, it was unclear if
WHAT THE REPORT FOUND
Barr told reporters at the news conference that the report found no cooperation between the campaign and Russia and no effort by Trump to thwart investigators.
WHAT WERE THE DISAGREEMENTS
Barr said he and deputy Rod Rosenstein disagreed with some of the special counsel's "legal theories" pertaining to obstruction of justice, but that didn't influence their decision that President Trump didn't commit a crime.
Other than grand jury information, Barr said three other categories of information also were redacted in the publicly released report, including information pertaining to ongoing prosecutions and sensitive intelligence sources and methods.
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