1. Various of US Representative Jamie Raskin reading the Mueller Report
2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jamie Raskin, US Democratic Representative:
"Congress has a constitutional duty and power to receive the complete, unredacted uncensored report. And we will get that one way or another and it will be sooner rather than later. And I think that we do need to read the entire report in order to get the entire picture and I'm convinced that we will get it. But even the unredacted report gives us tremendous cause for concern about what's been taking place in the White House. And you know it seems very clear to me that what special counsel Mueller intended to do was just to do what every other independent and special counsel done in the past which is to say here's the evidence. Look at these facts. Here's my best summary of the facts something that the Attorney General Barr suppressed from us. And then to give it to Congress and to say to Congress, now you've got to decide what to do and that is - it's an awesome and solemn responsibility that Congress has now to try to deal with the crisis that's contained in this report."
3. Various of Raskin reading report
4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jamie Raskin, US Democratic Representative:
"You know, we have a very serious situation on our hands with a president who to my reading of the Mueller report almost certainly obstructed justice, certainly intended and attempted to obstruct justice. And is it in fact only his staff members or certain staff members who are insulating the country from constant violations of the rule of law?"
5. Various of Raskin reading report
6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jamie Raskin, US Democratic Representative:
"Well, again, you know, I'm immediately troubled by the vast distance between the Mueller report and what it contains and what Attorney General Barr has been saying about it over the last several weeks, which has a lot more in common with a PR campaign than it does with a sober legal analysis."
7. Various of Raskin
8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jamie Raskin, US Democratic Representative:
"The idea that the report proves no obstruction is completely at odds with hundreds of pages in the report which document efforts by the president to undermine the investigation."
9. Various of Raskin
10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jamie Raskin, US Democratic Representative:
"Of course, the president has declared himself completely and totally exonerated by the Mueller report which is absolutely comical when you read it. The obstructions section, the volume on obstruction, documents at least 10 episodes of activity by the president where he attempted to undermine the Mueller investigation, where he tried to fire people who were involved."
US Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee say they expect to receive the full Mueller report "one way or another".
The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee said he would be issuing a subpoena for the full special counsel report and the underlying materials.
Democrat Representative Jamie Raskin, who also sits on the committee, said Congress would get the unredacted report "sooner rather than later". A redacted version of Robert Mueller's report was released on Thursday.
He also criticized US Attorney General Bill Barr's characterization of the report, saying that how he described it "has a lot more in common with a PR campaign that it does a sober legal analysis".
Democrats say the report revealed troubling details about Trump's conduct in the White House.
Mueller evaluated ten episodes for possible obstruction of justice, and said he could not conclusively determine that Trump had committed criminal obstruction.
The episodes included Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey, the president's directive to subordinates to have Mueller fired and efforts to encourage witnesses not to cooperate.