The report also outlined 10 instances in which Trump tried to interfere with Mueller's investigation but declined to make a judgment on whether that amounted to obstruction of justice.
The House Judiciary Committee will be able to review some of the underlying evidence from the Mueller report.
In an escalation of wide-ranging probes of President Donald Trump and his inner circle, lawmakers voted 229-191 along party lines to approve the measure authorizing House committees to file lawsuits in federal court seeking orders from judges to compel officials to cooperate with congressional inquiries.
Napolitano explained the legal implications of the deal struck between Barr and House Judiciary chairman Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) during a morning appearance on Fox & Friends. A growing number of Democrats say the House should start impeachment proceedings in part because Trump is obstructing justice now by refusing to comply with congressional subpoenas for documents and testimony.
Boyd accused the committee of failing to follow the mandated accommodation process that's supposed to take place between the Justice Department and the committee "by declining to negotiate" over the scope of the subpoena and by not recognizing "legitimate executive branch interests".
Bruce Antkowiak, a former federal prosecutor and a law professor at Saint Vincent College, said despite Dean's connection to Watergate, he didn't understand what he brought to the table in this case. But the report found insufficient evidence to establish a criminal conspiracy between the campaign and Moscow.
Implicitly urging the House Democrats to launch impeachment proceedings against Trump, he said: "In many ways the Mueller report is to President Trump what the so-called Watergate road map... was to President Richard Nixon".
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As a result, Nadler said, his committee would not proceed with plans for a vote by the entire House on Tuesday to hold Barr in criminal contempt.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed President Donald Trump.
In response to the agreement, Nadler said the panel will not hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt, for now.
Pelosi said at a policy conference Tuesday that Democrats' strategy is "legislating, investigating, litigating", in that order.
The procession of hearings and votes in the week ahead is partly created to mollify anxious Democrats who have pushed House Speaker Pelosi to begin impeachment proceedings immediately.
"These documents will also us to perform our constitutional duties and decide how to respond to allegations laid out against the president by the special counsel", Mr. Nadler said in a statement.