Trump: 'A lot of very strong things' to come out of Mueller report

Attorney general William Barr said that he and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein would hold a news conference as the report is released.
1:49 | 04/17/19

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We are now just hours away from the redacted version of the Mueller report being released, expected to be released tomorrow the A.G. Revealing late today he will now hold a press conference in the morning. And president trump saying there will be, quote, very strong things to come out. So, has he seen it? Has he been briefed on it? ABC's chief white house correspondent Jonathan Karl and what he's learned. Reporter: Attorney general William Barr says he and deputy A.G. Rod Rosenstein will hold a press conference tomorrow, as the justice department releases a redacted version of the long-awaited Mueller report. Barr has already declared Robert Mueller found no evidence the president and his campaign colluded with Russia. But on obstruction of justice, Barr and his letter to congress quotes Mueller's words, "While this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him." He also has a fuller explanation of that in the report that I'll be making available. Reporter: Barr himself has determined there was no obstruction. And in a radio interview, the president sounded unconcerned about tomorrow's revelations. You'll see a lot of very strong things come out tomorrow. That really peaked our interested today. Jon Karl live at the white house tonight. Jon, you broke the news that the white house and the justice department have discussed the special counsel's findings. But the president predicted there very strong things to come, in his words. So, how much does he know, what are your sources telling you tonight? Reporter: David, as we first reported, the white house legal team has been breached, but I'm told, in broad brush strokes, not a lot of great detail on the actual details of the report. David, I am told from senior staff here that they plan to be reading the actual report just as we are after it is released tomorrow. We'll be following it first thing in the morning.

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