While Trump supporters have celebrated Barr's summary of the Mueller report as a victory, the full report has yet to be made public.
When Trump entered the private weekly lunch, Republicans could be heard applauding. Trump was flanked during his remarks by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Sen.
Now that Attorney General William Barr has released his summary of Mueller's report, writing that the special counsel investigation did not determine that the Trump campaign had committed collusion, Huntsman said it was time to move on. That included passage by the Republican-led Senate, in which 12 GOP senators - almost 1 of every 4 - voted with Democrats to block him.
Mueller concluded his two-year investigation last week. Roy Blunt, chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee.
The House Judiciary Committee has approved a Republican request to demand documents from the Justice Department about former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe's claim Justice Department officials discussed using the Constitution's 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump from office.
US President Donald Trump on Tuesday branded the mainstream media the "enemy" and the "opposition party" after the Mueller report cleared him of collusion, accusing journalists of covering the Russian Federation probe unfairly.
Thirteen House Republicans joined Democrats in late February to pass the disapproval resolution.
Trump did not specify who he's referring to, but told reporters Monday, that "There are a lot of people out there that have done some very, very evil things, very bad things".
According to Barr's summary released on Sunday, Mueller found no evidence that the Trump campaign conspired with Russian Federation in the 2016 election, but did not exonerate the president on the question of obstructing the investigation. "We can not make a judgment on the basis of an interpretation by a man who was hired for his job because he believes the president is above the law and he wrote a 19-page memo to demonstrate that". They also are vowing to continue their multiple investigations into the president's.
However, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democratic Representative Joaquin Castro, author of the resolution to overturn Trump's move, said lawmakers would keep trying to block him through the regular congressional process of appropriating funds, as well as reviewing his emergency declaration again six months from now.