Approximately 953 redactions were made to the special counsel's 448-page report, according to Reuters.
"I have no recollection of learning at the time that Donald Trump, Jr., Paul Manafort, or Jared Kushner was considering participating in a meeting in June 2016," Trump wrote.
The attorney general said at his press conference that special counsel Robert Mueller examined 10 episodes involving President Donald Trump when trying to determine whether he obstructed justice.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's highly anticipated report reveals a five-point plan passed by Russian Direct Investment Fund CEO Kirill Dmitriev to a confidant of Jared Kushner.
Mueller report says that "the President became angry and lambasted the Attorney General for his decision to recuse from the investigation, stating, 'How could you let this happen, Jeff?'"
Forty-eight percent of Hillary Clinton voters said they had an unfavorable view of Attorney General William Barr, while 9 percent of Trump voters had an unfavorable opinion of Barr.
"I think, from a legal perspective, I know of few moments in the last 30 years that has the potential crescendo of emotion as this one," a former federal prosecutor told Newsweek about the report's imminent release.
Greg Craig served under Presidents Obama and Clinton and privately represented prominent party figures, including former North Carolina Senator John Edwards.
"You don't read, remember! Maybe Barron will read it to you…" John Dean, Richard Nixon's White House counsel, tweeted on Saturday.
Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana accused his Democratic colleagues of "doing everything they can to create a controversy" over the Mueller report.
"The two reports raise incredibly serious questions about the legitimacy of the process of handling this report. That's my view. It's a game-changer," Gene Rossi, a former federal prosecutor, told Newsweek.
House Democrats requested six years' worth of the president's tax returns through the IRS and began the process to subpoena the full and unredacted Mueller report.
"We would like to read the report in full," a Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.
Putting politics ahead of national security is a what brought us here in the first place.
The House Speaker said Republicans and the president are calling for the Intelligence Committee's chairman to step down because they're "scaredy cats" who fear the truth.
"Talk radio's hosts and their station management remain mouthpieces eager to repeat the lines Trump inserts," the ex-CIA analyst argued.
It "wouldn't have worked by the way because it only blows sometimes and lots of problems come about," President Donald Trump said about wind power.
Fox Business labeled Jussie Smollett's exoneration a "travesty of justice" and sought to confirm conspiracy theories Michelle Obama called in "favors" to get his charges dropped by Cook County prosecutors.
The folks leading Trump's defense will do well to remember they did not just win the war. They may not even have won the battle.