There is no evidence that president Donald Trump has tried to prevent the special prosecutor, Robert müller's work.
It says attorney general William Barr at a news conference in Washington.
He emphasises that The White House had fully cooperated with Mueller.
Barr has Thursday at 15.30 Danish time held a press conference, a short time before an edited version of müller's report is being published. Mueller has studied the possible Russian interference in the US presidential election in 2016.
According to Barr, there was attempt by Russia to interfere in the election.
It came to pass, however, neither, in cooperation with the Donald Trumps campaign or with any other american actors, says Barr.
the assistant attorney general and I have concluded that the evidence that's been presented by the special prosecutor, is not enough to establish that the president has hampered the work on the report, says William Barr.
the Minister of justice informs that the ten possible cases of obstacle of müller's work from Trumps side has been investigated.
the Congress of the UNITED states will be at 17 utc, obtain the full report - however, in an edited version, where the selected passages will be deleted.
According to Barr, it happens primarily, because the passages contain information related to the pending litigation. It will include a case against Trumps previous kampagnerådgiver Roger Stone
None of the deletions are made after the order from the presidential office, stresses the minister of justice on Thursday's news conference.
the Public will later on Thursday will also get access to the report.
William Barr has already published 24. march a four page summary of Robert müller's long-awaited report.
Also here concluded, the minister of justice that Trump had not cooperated with Trump. Many of the Trumps critics however have not been convinced.
They are particularly interested in the question as to whether Trump has tried to prevent müller's work. But it rejects Barr.
- The White House cooperated fully with the special prosecutor's investigation and offered unimpeded access to the election campaign and The White House's documents, says William Barr.