William Barr

William Barr’s summary of the Mueller Report mislead the American public, according to a letter Robert Mueller wrote in response. You can read the full text of Barr’s summary and Mueller’s response at these links:

Barr’s March 24, 2019 Summary Mueller’s letter to Barr, March 27, 2019

These cards provide a short primer:

Mueller responded to Barr’s Summary saying it did not fully capture the context, nature and substance of the report and that the American public was now confused.

Barr took Mueller’s “did not establish conspiracy” out of context, and equated it with “did not find” evidence.

Barr pretended that Section 4 of Volume 1 did not exist.
Mueller never says the accusations against the President were false.

The Mueller report clearly specified that he didn’t consider charging/accusing the President due to OLC guidelines. After Barr lied, Mueller repeated his opinion in a statement

In the report, Mueller clearly stated that a binary decision would not be made.

He also had clearly stated that Congress could charge the President

Barr: “No evidence”. Mueller: “Insufficient evidence to charge a broader conspiracy”

Mueller’s report explicitly stated that “not establishing” doesn’t mean “no evidence”
Barr found it curious that Mueller would investigate Trump’s crimes if he wasn’t going to charge. Mueller answered that it is important to preserve evidence.

More info on Barr’s misleading summary and statements? See this article