"We're glad that others and Democrats and people in the mainstream media are starting to understand the crisis that the president has been talking about for the last two years", she said on "America's Newsroom".
The decision comes after Barr said Friday that he would provide a redacted version of the almost 400-page report to Congress in mid-April, "if not sooner", rejecting a Tuesday deadline set by the Democrats. The Judiciary Committee also plans to sign off on subpoenas for documents from five current and former Trump administration officials: House Counsel Don McGahn, former White House strategist Steve Bannon, former communications director Hope Hicks, former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and former White House aide Ann Donaldson.
The judiciary committee said it would meet on Wednesday, a day after the deadline, to write a resolution authorising subpoenas for Mueller's complete report as well as the underlying evidence and related matters.
Those findings have angered Democrats, who say they think Mr. Barr is covering up wrongdoing.
Mueller announced last week the report had been completed and Barr issued a four-page summary of the study - prompting many to wonder what information in the almost 400-page report was left out. That report and supplementary material includes information about grand jury proceedings, which by law can not be made public.
Another topic she addressed was the subpoena expected from Democrats to obtain the full, unredacted Mueller report.
"We require the full report-the special counsel's words, not the attorney general's summary or a redacted version", he added.
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Ardern will address the service, which has the theme "We Are One" and will be broadcast on national television. Thousands more were expected to attend a service at Auckland's Eden Park on Friday afternoon.
"[Barr] is scrubbing a 300 to 400-page report in order to make sure it does not have Grand Jury material that should not be released, and classified information that should not be released", said McCarthy.
"I am not kidding around", Mr. Trump said, adding that he might end "all trade" with Mexico, which, according to the United States Chamber of Commerce, accounts for almost $2-billion a day.
Schiff (D-Calif.) has faced calls from his Republican colleagues on the House Intelligence Committee to step as committee chairman over his repeated claims to have evidence of Trump-Russia collusion.
All of them, the committee said, may have received documents from the White House relevant to Mueller's investigation.
On a political level, this may benefit the Democrats in general and Nadler in particular: Keeping the Democratic base fired up about a grand Russian Federation conspiracy, proof of which lurks just out of reach, and keeping Nadler in the public eye as the man who will stop at nothing to uncover it.
Trump's belief that he's been "exonerated" by Mueller is only shared by people who already adore him. "Behind closed doors the Dems are laughing!" Only 39 percent said they had read or heard "a lot" of news coverage of the probe's conclusion.