RNA - The NY Times, citing government officials and others familiar with the matter, reported that members of the special counsel's team have expressed concerns that Barr's summary of their office's findings helped solidify the views of the American public prior to the investigation's conclusions being made public.
Investigators on Mueller's team reportedly prepared summaries of their probe, and some feel that Barr should have included more information from their summaries in his own outline of the report's findings.
However, the Justice Department determined those summaries contained sensitive information that could not be released, according to two government officials who spoke to the daily.
The officials and others did not fully explain to the NY Times why the investigators believe their findings are worse for Trump than Barr indicated. It also is not clear how many of the 19 lawyers, approximately 40 FBI agents and other people on Mueller’s team share this sentiment about Barr’s summary.
Mueller submitted his final report on Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible obstruction of justice by Trump late last month. Barr, in a four-page summary of the special counsel's findings, wrote that Mueller did not conclude the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government, and he neither concluded that Trump committed obstruction of justice nor exonerated him of it.
Barr and other Justice Department officials believe that the special counsel did not complete his job because he did not decide whether Trump illegally obstructed the investigation, two government officials told the Times.
Barr has noted that he expects to be able to deliver a public version of Mueller's report by mid-April after he removes classified information and grand jury material.