President Donald Trump on Monday basked in the glow of what he called a full exoneration by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his final report on the Russia probe.
Mueller concluded there was no collusion between Moscow and Trump's 2016 campaign, but did not exonerate Trump on the question of potential crimes, according to a summary released by Attorney General William Barr, though Barr himself decided Trump will not face charges of obstruction of justice.
Despite elation at the White House, Trump and some fellow Republicans are indicating they are not ready to move on.
Speaking to reporters with visiting Israeli Prime MINister Benjamin Netanyahu, Trump signaled he would back a wave of counter investigations that critics are calling political payback..
Trump SOT Trump gave no specifics, but over on Capitol Hill, top Senate Republican Lindsey Graham said he wants another special counsel, who would look into official actions that led to Mueller's 22-month probe.
Graham SOT Democrats are demanding Barr release Mueller's full report, with some also calling for the release of the probe's underlying records.
Leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in a joint statement on Sunday said Barr's 4-page summary "raises as many questions as it answers."