Transcript for Trump bashes Mueller report
We do move now to the fall out from the Mueller report. President trump true V turning from triumph to anger. Tonight, they have subpoenaed the full unredakted report. Here is Jonathan Karl. Reporter: Shortly after the public got a first look at the Mueller report, president trump claimed it amounted to complete vindication. Game over! Time to get back to work, folks. Reporter: But today the president is lashing out, specifically at some his former top aides who told Robert Mueller trump lied to the public and wanted them to do things that could amount to obstruction of justice. Now, in a series of angry tweets, the president calls some of their accounts "Fabricated & totally untrue" and "Total bs and only given to make the other person look good (or me look bad." He appears to be particularly angry at his former white house council don mcgahn, who talked extensively to the special counsel. Under oath, mcgahn said the president repeatedly ask him to have Mueller fired. Mr. President, you've sought or thought about or considered leading to dismissal of the special counsel? I haven't given it any thought. Reporter: Mcgahn said he refused the president's order, and refused to lie about it later. He had extensive notes of his conversations with trump to back up his account. Today the president tweeted, "Watch out for people that take so-called notes, when the notes never existed until needed." For the most part, Republicans in congress painted haven't said much about Mueller's report, which paints a dark portrait of chaos and dishonesty in the trump white house but tonight senator Mitt Romney offered a harsh assessment. Saying, quote, "I am sickened at the extent and pervasiveness of dishonesty and misdirection by individuals in the highest office of the land, including the president. Jonathan Karl joins news now from the Washington. And flay what is the justice department saying tonight? Reporter: The justice department has just put out a statement saying that the subpoena is quote premature and unnecessary because they have released a lightly redacted version of the report and the justice department has offered to show a less redacted version but Democrats are not accepting that, Tom. This will be fought out in the courts. Jonathan, thank you. Next to divided and Louise
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