The paper's editorial board penned a scathing piece demanding President Trump be impeached for both the Ukraine and Russia scandals.
"I'm begging the American people to pay attention to what is going on."
President Trump said Martha MacCallum asked former 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Eric Swalwell "endless softball questions" about the upcoming Mueller hearing.
In response to a subpoena, Mueller will testify July 17 before two separate House panels led by Democrats.
"Mueller, I'd imagine, at the behest of the left gives them what they need to jumpstart the calls for impeachment," Jeanine Pirro said. "You either indict or you don't… every prosecutor knows if you don't indict someone, you stop there."
"Republicans should be appalled at their casual disregard for the law, the Constitution and everything that makes America great," Chris Truax, a legal adviser for Republicans for the Rule of Law, said.
Robert Mueller is a "man of great rectitude and apolitical, and he doesn't want to participate in anything that he might regard as a political spectacle," Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said.
Democrats "are very devastated because they looked at the report and there was absolutely no collusion and there's no obstruction," Trump reiterated on Wednesday after Barr's Senate hearing.
Barr "made an active choice to torch his integrity and public credibility," Susan Hennessey wrote.
Special counsel Robert Mueller "expressed frustration over the lack of context and the resulting media coverage regarding the special counsel's obstruction analysis," a Justice Department spokesperson said.
Some of the special counsel's investigators spoke out because they feared that Attorney General William Barr's version of the Mueller report's findings would harden public perception before the full report was released.
"The truth is NOT in what they SAY. We are being railroaded, people. That is all," former Florida Democratic candidate Pam Keith tweeted.
"Let's keep this pleasant," MSNBC host Ari Melber urged Donald Trump attorney Jay Sekulow.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler said there must be "full transparency" in what Mueller "uncovered to not exonerate the president from wrongdoing."
"The takeaway from this call is that the American [people] deserve the truth," Pelosi reportedly told Democrats on Saturday.
The attorney said an independent commission would have been a better idea.
The investigation is reportedly looking into Tony Podesta over a Manafort-led campaign in Ukraine.