Robert Mueller was tasked with compiling the report, which dealt with allegations aimed at the US President. Claims were made that he colluded with Russia during the election, in which Trump beat rival Hillary Clinton to the presidency. The Mueller report said there was no evidence Trump was involved.
Despite being a vocal critic of the report, Trump took to Twitter to state he had not read it.
He wrote: “I have not read the Mueller report yet, even though I have every right to do so.
“Only know the conclusions, and on the big one, no collusion.”
A dispute over the publication of the report has rankled the US over the past weeks.
US Attorney General William Barr is tasked with publishing the document and said he plans to make a redacted version public.
The report is around 400 pages and should be out by mid-April.
Mr Mueller completed the report on March 22, just shy of two years from when he began the investigation.
Mr Barr said he concluded that there was not enough evidence to show that Trump committed any crime.
However, some critics and investigators for the report have said Mr Barr was too soft on Trump’s role.
Jerrold Nadler, Democrat of New York, was granted permission to use a power in order to get the report.
He said: “The Constitution charges Congress with holding the President accountable for alleged official misconduct.
“That job requires us to evaluate the evidence for ourselves – not the attorney general’s summary, not a substantially redacted synopsis, but the full report and the underlying evidence.”