Lieu responded to a federal judge's order to release a memo about the ex-attorney general's decision not to charge Donald Trump over 2016 election interference.
Judge Reggie Walton said the U.S. Department of Justice had "failed to satisfy its burden" with claims that parts of the Mueller report were privileged information.
"ALERT: So now we find out that the entire Mueller 'hit squad' illegally wiped their phones clean...just like Crooked Hillary smashing her phones with a hammer, & DELETING HER EMAILS!" Trump tweeted.
We have a president who is obstructing justice before our very eyes, in real time. The fact that he is doing it in public does not make it any less of a crime—and the public should convict him for it at the ballot box.
President Donald Trump ordered a U.S. drone strike that killed Iran's most powerful general, sparking fears of retaliation from Tehran.
Attorney General William Barr reported to have opened investigation into special counsel's 2016 election review.
Lewandowski again acknowledged that he never read the Mueller report but said he understood its conclusions.
Robert Mueller's testimony will offer Democrats the first chance since the release of his report to directly question the former special counsel.
If you still find yourself well-versed within the findings of the Mueller investigation, you still have a chance.
"Here's a guy who has no veracity at all. Nobody can trust what he says," Representative Andy Biggs of Arizona said.
"The roadblocks were put there by the president of the United States," former judge Andrew Napolitano said. "The roadblocks are called obstruction of justice."
"It was not anywhere as clear cut as Attorney General Bill Barr [characterized the report]," the political anchor said. "In fact, it was almost exactly the opposite, not clear cut."
"Attorney General Barr has deliberately misrepresented key aspects of Mueller's report and decisions in the investigation, which has helped further the president's false narrative," Representative Justin Amash wrote on Twitter.
President Donald Trump canceled his last meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 in November, and the Kremlin wants Washington to take the next steps in arranging new talks.
On Saturday, Amash became the first Republican member of Congress to publicly argue that Trump engaged in impeachable conduct while in the Oval Office.
The recording will be distributed as a podcast.
"The former highest ranking employees in his bureau committed real crimes, and yet no signs that Wray seems to care one bit to bring them to justice, or working to prevent this abuse of power hyperpartisan conduct from ever, ever happening again," Hannity said on Monday.
The veteran journalist said the situation challenged "whether our institutions are able to function in this country to deal with a president of the United States who is unique in our history, who has nothing but contempt for Democratic traditions and the rule of law."
"[Trump] doesn't seem to understand that a fundamental aspect of his job is to try to make us a more perfect union," the congressman said.
"And Republicans are cutting the power," S.E. Cupp alleged.
"He will come at some point. If necessary, we'll subpoena him, and he will come," said the House Judiciary chairman.
"He certainly had read the newspaper reports of the complaints and he had a letter from Mueller himself complaining," Andrew Napolitano, a former judge, said.
"There is no doubt about that they tried to manipulate us," Kasich said.
Speaking about the Russia investigation and the Mueller report, McConnell, the Senate's majority leader, said it's "case closed," drawing criticism from Minority Leader Schumer.
It's called "Trump's English," said Jost.
"If the [Justice] Department persists in its baseless refusal to comply with a validly issued subpoena, the Committee will move to contempt proceedings and seek further legal recourse," the House Judiciary Committee chairman wrote to Attorney General William Barr.
White House special counsel Emmet Flood wrote a letter of complaint about the "political" Mueller report to Attorney General William Barr after it was made public.
The President's personal lawyer called for Andrew Napolitano to reconsider his position.
Barr has "a very narrow, almost Jesuitical, understanding of the law" former judge Andrew Napolitano explained.
"Barr needs to resign," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted after the news that he would not comply with a subpoena to testify before the House Judiciary Committee.