"Given these identified gaps, the Office cannot rule out the possibility that the unavailable information would shed additional light on (or cast in a new light) the events described in the report," the special counsel's final report said.
"I suspect that Democrats' heads on Capitol Hill were exploding," Fox News' Chris Wallace said following Attorney General William Barr's press conference on the Mueller report.
"Earlier this week, the President's personal counsel requested and were given the opportunity to read a final version of the redacted report before it was publicly released," the attorney general said.
"This is not an issue for us, it is not a thing that interests us or causes us concern," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
Attorney General William Barr is set to release a "lightly redacted" version of special counsel Robert Mueller's final report into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Attorney General William Barr "will defend the principles" of the Justice Department, his deputy attorney general wrote ahead of Thursday's release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report.
"This is the Trump administration's latest assault on people fleeing persecution and seeking refuge in the United States," ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project Director Omar Jadwat said.
Former judge Andrew Napolitano also said he believes Attorney General William Barr will redact more than 100 pages of the almost 400-page document.
"I still think he's entitled to that presumption" of spying, former FBI Director James Comey said, "and because I don't know what the heck he's talking about, that's all I can say."
"Not yet," the West Virginia Democrat told Newsweek when asked whether he regretted supporting Trump's attorney general nominee. "I'm going to give the man the chance to release that [Mueller] report, let us see everything."
"Domestic spying during a presidential campaign did happen and we have a right to know who participated in it, who authorized it and what their motives were," Carlson said after listing instances where he believes the FBI spied on Trump's presidential campaign.
It's unclear what the attorney general meant by "spying," but one Republican senator suggested that, whether done so rightfully or wrongfully, the Obama administration was involved.
"Personally, I would still favor one uniform federal rule against marijuana," Barr said. "But if there is not sufficient consensus to obtain that then I think the way to go is to permit a more federal approach so states can, you know, make their own decisions within the framework of the federal law."
"It was very clear to me that the attorney general is an appointee of President Trump," House Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Nita Lowey said after Attorney General William Barr's testimony before a House panel.
Attorney General William Barr told lawmakers that evidence relating to whether the president obstructed justice "will be identifiable" when he releases a redacted version of the Mueller report next week.
"I think it's sort of, you know, sowing confusion, and you know, trying to undermine what might come out as soon as next week, the redacted version of the Mueller report," New York Times correspondent Katie Rogers said.
Rudy Giuliani said that House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler should "get all the information" from the nearly two-year long investigation.
"I've had to read all of Trump's tweets. All of his staff's indictments. 127 tell-all books. And none of them told us anything we didn't already know from just looking at the guy," the comic said.
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.