Nadler seeks Barr testimony on Mueller report, challenges call to clear Trump on obstruction

FOX NEWS - House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler openly challenged Attorney General Bill Barr's determination that Robert Mueller's investigation did not produce evidence that President Trump committed obstruction of justice.

At a news conference Sunday evening in New York City he said, "This report does not amount to a so-called 'total exoneration,'" referencing Trump's tweet that the findings represented a "Complete and Total EXONERATION."

Nadler added: "Congress must step in to get the truth."

The New York congressman, who at one point seemed to acknowledge a heckler trying to interrupt his statement, became the latest Democrat demanding that the Mueller report should go public in its entirety.