Attorney General Bill Barr said at a press conference Thursday that special counsel Robert Mueller found 10 episodes of President Trump potentially obstructing justice.
Why it matters: Mueller did not make a ruling on obstruction of justice, and instead chose to set out evidence on both sides of the question. Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein concluded the evidence was "not sufficient to establish" obstruction. Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow told Axios' Jonathan Swan he first saw the Mueller report on Tuesday afternoon. Trump’s legal team made two visits to the Justice Department to view the report — late Tuesday and early Wednesday, Sekulow said.