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I talked directly due to Bob Miller about his letter to may and and specifically ask them what exactly are your concerns are you saying that the March twenty fourth letter was misleading or inaccurate or what he indicated that it was not he was not saying that Attorney General William Barr told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that he did not misrepresent the Muller report a day after it was revealed that special counsel Robert Muller wrote to bar objecting to is initial letter describing the investigation's findings we were frankly surprised that that they were not going to reach a decision on obstruction or also defended his decision to clear president Donald Trump of obstruction of justice and criticize Miller for not reaching a conclusion on his own so my question is %HESITATION or was why were those investigated if at the end of the day you are going to reach a decision on Democrats have accused bar of trying to protect president Donald Trump and called his initial four page summary misleading on Wednesday the ranking Democrat on the committee said Congress needs to hear directly from Muller contrary to the declarations of the total and complete exoneration the special counsel's report contains substantial evidence of misconduct the committee's chairman on Wednesday said the full report clears the president there's an unredacted version over in the classified section of the Senate , a room where you can go look at the under at redacted version and I did that and I found it not to change anything in terms of an outcome or said he and his deputy rob Rosenstein had determined there was insufficient evidence to establish the president committed obstruction of justice the full yet partially redacted report described in extensive and sometimes unflattering detail a trump tried to impede the probe but it stopped short of concluding he had committed a crime Wednesday's hearing marks the first time a member of president Donald trump's administration has had to testify about the contents of the mall a report on whether Moscow conspired with the trump campaign during the twenty sixteen election and whether the president obstructed justice