Special Counsel Robert Mueller twice asked Attorney General William Barr to release the summaries his office prepared of his findings, according to a letter Mueller sent to Barr on March 27.

In the letter, Mueller referenced a previous letter he had sent to the attorney general asking Barr to release his own summaries. Mueller wrote that "the introductions and executive summaries of our two-volume report accurately summarize this Office's work and conclusions." In contrast, he continued, Barr's summary of Mueller's report, sent to Congress March 24, "did not fully capture the context, nature, and substance" of the special counsel's findings.

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Read the full letter below.