Trump welcomes Mueller’s findings, but says he’s been abused

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump says he welcomes the special counsel’s report but complains that he has been abused by a long, unnecessary investigation.

Trump also told reporters Monday that he believes some people have done what he called “treasonous things” and will be “looked at.”

An outline of the special counsel’s report found no Trump campaign collusion with the Russian government but left to Attorney General William Barr the question of obstruction of justice.

Congressional Democrats say that Barr’s decision that there isn’t sufficient evidence to establish obstruction by Trump isn’t the last word and are pushing for the release of the full report. They also are vowing to continue their multiple investigations into the president’s .

Six House Democratic committee chairmen are asking for the full report by April 2.