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Attorney General William Barr seen here leaving his home Saturday morning is now reviewing special counsel Robert Muller final report on the Russia probe after which he'll summarize the findings to Congress and decide how much of the report if any to make public a justice department official said that was not expected to happen on Saturday though in a letter to lawmakers on Friday bar said he may be able to share mothers principal conclusions as soon as this weekend reporter Andy Sullivan is outside the justice department it's safe to say once you share that with Congress it'll quickly be made public at that point we'll know whether special counsel mother determined whether president from %HESITATION engaged in any sort of collusion or coordination with Russia during the campaign that's obviously the central question here it's imperative for Mr bar to make the full report public some Democrats have expressed concern bar may try to shield president trump and bury parts of the report bar is under tremendous pressure from Democrats and some Republicans to release the entirety of the report but he is not committed to doing so and that would be well within his rights under justice department regulations as he raises decision bar may have to confront thorny legal issues such as protecting classified information and White House communications subject to executive privilege with Washington anxiously awaiting details of the report trump went golfing near his Mar a Lago resort in Florida on Saturday he has long denied any wrongdoing and has frequently blasted the probe as a witch hunt the earlier this week he said he would back the reports public release for see what the report says let's see if it's fair well little is known about Muller's findings a senior justice department official on Friday that the special counsel was not recommending any new indictments