President Trump on Monday said it "wouldn't bother me at all" if Attorney General William Barr were to release Special Counsel Robert Mueller's full report. Mueller and his team did not find evidence that Trump or his associates conspired or coordinated with Russia on Moscow's 2016 election meddling, "despite multiple offers from Russia-affiliated individuals to assist the Trump campaign," Barr said in a summary of Mueller's report made public on Sunday. Barr said that Mueller did not draw conclusions on whether Trump tried to obstruct justice by hindering the investigation. Whether the full report comes out is up to Barr, Trump said Monday, adding that he agrees Mueller acted honorably during his investigation.

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