Democrats maintain pressure on Trump over 'Russian meddling' report


Some US lawmakers have been told they will be able to access a less-censored version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election.

Democrats are complaining of inconsistencies between the report's conclusions and the interpretation of US Attorney General William Barr.

They want Mueller, who compiled the report, to publicly testify before Congress about the work he has done.

Barr had earlier admitted that he and his deputy did not agree with the legal conclusions drawn by Mueller in his two-year probe into the Trump campaign's links to the Kremlin.

Kevin McAleese has this update from Washington.

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