President Donald Trump spent the day on his Florida golf course. He appeared to be carefree, but remained silent on Twitter after Special Adviser Robert Mueller submitted his final report.
Trump, who spends the weekend in Mar-a-Lago, spent five hours at the Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida, with a sunny sky and 77 degrees.
When he left the club shortly after two o'clock, he was seen smiling and waving with fans lining the route of the motorcade.
A White House official said Trump was golfing with three partners, but refused to name them or say whether Trump had discussed his thoughts on the Mueller report on the links. The White House confirmed that Trump had not been informed yet about the content of the report.
Attorney General Bill Barr's report is expected to be delivered to Congress shortly before Sunday, an official said.
Trump, who spends the weekend in Mar-a-Lago, spent about five hours on Saturday at the Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida. He is seen when his motorcade returns to Mar-a-Lago
Trump smiled and waved to the fans on Saturday after he hit the links. He has still not been informed about the content of the Müller report, and it is not expected that AG Barr will forward its summary to the Sunday before the Congress
Trump seemed relaxed and carefree after spending a day on the golf course when he returned to Mar-a-Lago
Trump supporters gathered in Palm Beach to line the presidential route as he returned to Mar-a-Lago
A trailer greets as the motorcade with President Donald Trump leaves the Trump International Golf Club on Saturday
Earlier in the day, Trump was on his way to Trump International to read a newspaper, reading glasses, a red USA hat, and a white polo shirt.
On Friday, a high-ranking Justice Department official said that Müller would no longer file further charges with the federal courts. This means that the president, his inner circle of current and former confidants, and his family members are not an immediate legal danger.
Trump had arrived on Friday afternoon when he retired to Florida when Barr announced that he had received the report.
The president learned of the development as he sat on the tiled terrace in Mar-a-Lago with the First Lady and her son Barron, according to CNN.
Later, he appeared in a fundraising for the Republicans of Palm Beach in the ballroom of the club, but did not mention the report Mueller in his remarks, so the network. At the event, Senator Lindsey Graham called on the FBI to investigate Hillary Clinton and "chant to lock her up."
Trump is being seen in public for the first time since the news of Mueller's report was broken. He seemed to be carefree when his motorcade rolled from Mar-a-Lago on Saturday morning to the Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida
Trump saw a newspaper reading, reading glasses, a red USA hat, and a white polo shirt. There was no word on the planned golfing partners that day, even though the weather forecast was 77 and sunny
The President has remained unusually quiet after the news and has not made a single tweet since the word was broken that Muller had finished his investigation
The fans of Trump greet his racers on Saturday as she travels from Mar-a-Lago to the Trump International Golf Course
The White House has not received or communicated a copy of the report, according to spokeswoman Sarah Sanders.
"The next steps are for Attorney General Barr, and we look forward to the process taking its course," Sanders said in a statement.
It is expected that Barr will inform the Congress this weekend about the main findings of the report.
The President has remained unusually quiet after the news and has not made a single tweet since the word was broken that Muller had finished his investigation.
His silence suggests that some Trump critics suspect that Mueller has exposed incriminating information, but Trump's supporters insist that the lack of new charges for the president is justification.
Trump's motorcade on Saturday morning was the president's first public sighting since the Mueller report was broken.
On Friday afternoon, a few hours before the news, he looked relaxed and smiling next to First Lady Melania during a photo session with supporters of the Caribbean before a working meeting in Mar-a-Lago.
Melania and Donald Trump hosted the Caribbean in Mar-a-Lago, Florida on Friday, a few hours before the report
The President and First Lady appeared in Mar-a-Lago on the same day that Robert Muller gave up his rebellion
Melania wore a linen LK Bennett silk linen dress with distracting, bold orange, white and black Aztec prints.
The tight fitting "Andrea" dress with round neckline is currently on sale for $ 282.50 (from $ 565). Melania combined the mid-length midi dress with Christian Louboutin's heels.
Trump has no scheduled public events until he leaves Mar-a-Lago to return to the White House on Sunday afternoon.
As the president relaxed in Florida, the news of Mueller's report was set on fire, and political partisans on both sides tried to mirror the developments in their favor by the information gap contained in the report.
The next step lies with Barr, who is tasked with writing his own report on Müller's findings and sending it to Congress. In a letter to the legislator, he said he should campaign for transparency and speed. He said he could announce details at the weekend.
Since no details have been released at this time, it is not known if Müller's report answers the key questions in his investigation: Did Trump's campaign work with the Kremlin to influence the 2016 presidential election in favor of the prominent businessman? Did Trump take steps later, including by dropping his FBI director to block the probe?
Submitting the report, however, means that the investigation was completed without public charges of a criminal conspiracy between the campaign and Russia or a presidential disability. An official of the Ministry of Justice confirmed that Müller recommended no further charges.
The person who described the document as "comprehensive" was not authorized to discuss the investigation and asked for anonymity.
The probe led by Robert Mueller was over Friday. Mueller arrives at his office in Washington DC on Thursday night
Justice Secretary William Barr (center) arrives home Friday night in McLean, Virginia
This is good news for a handful of Trump employees and family members who are being followed by speculation about possible missteps.
These include Donald Trump Jr., who organized a Trump Towers meeting with a Kremlin-affiliated lawyer at the height of the 2016 election campaign, and Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, who was interviewed at least twice.
It was not immediately clear whether Müller could have forwarded additional investigations to the Ministry of Justice.
In total, Mueller condemned 34 people, including former presidential election chairman Paul Manafort, his first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, and three Russian companies.
Twenty-five Russians were charged on charges of interference in the elections. They were charged with either hacking Democratic email accounts during the campaign or organizing a social media campaign disseminating disinformation on the Internet.
Five Trump helpers plead guilty and agreed to cooperate with Mueller, and a sixth, long-time confidant Roger Stone is waiting for a lawsuit from charges he lied to the Congress and manipulated witness.
It is unclear what action Mueller might take if he finds out what he considers to be Trump's criminal misconduct in light of the Justice Department's legal opinions that seated presidents may not be charged.