The Mueller report included many details about attempted meddling by Russian agents in the 2016 USA presidential election, and possible obstruction of the special counsel's investigation by President Donald Trump.
The Trump campaign's chief operating officer has suggested that the Mueller Report, which found no evidence of collusion between the United States president and Russian authorities, has galvanised his supporters ahead of next year's presidential vote.
After the Russian hoax was exposed, the Dems, the globalist media and an army of Obama bureaucrats and GOP Never-Trumpers have been trying to discredit Attorney General William Barr, because they were all co-conspirators in an attempt to rig an election; and when that failed, they later tried to frame President Trump for impeachment.
Representative Adam Schiff, a leading Democratic lawmaker who chairs the House intelligence committee, said that since Republicans control the Senate - and would likely block an effort to oust Trump - Democrats face a quandary after special counsel Robert Mueller found no coordination between Russian Federation and the Trump election campaign, but cited 10 episodes of potential obstruction involving Trump.
Since the report's release Thursday, Trump has been angrily criticizing it, even as he spends Easter weekend at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.
He was referring to Democratic e-mails that were hacked by Russian operatives and disseminated by WikiLeaks in 2016 to hurt Mr Trump's presidential rival, Mrs Hillary Clinton.
Trump, meanwhile, detests the impression that he is managed by aides, and spent part of the weekend stewing at the report's assessment that some of his staff regularly ignored what he told them to do.
The special counsel wrote in his report that he found other answers from the president to be "incomplete or imprecise". The Democratic lawmaker added that he and his colleagues "have so far seen none of the actual evidence that the Special Counsel developed to make this case". The statement quoted a DOJ spokeswoman as saying the Mueller report was issued with "minimal redactions" and that some members of Congress would have access to a version with fewer redactions.
Democratic leaders are under pressure from the party's rising stars and some presidential contenders to start impeachment proceedings.
The report has been at the center of a fiery debate since it was released in a redacted form.
Representative Jerry Nadler, chairman of the Judiciary Committee, equivocated when asked on NBC about impeachment.