A spokeswoman for the House Judiciary Committee could not be immediately reached for comment.
Mueller submitted a report to U.S. Attorney General William Barr in March after completing a 22-month investigation that detailed Russia’s campaign of hacking and propaganda to boost Trump’s candidacy in the 2016 election as well as extensive contacts between Trump’s campaign and Moscow.
Last week, Trump’s former deputy campaign chairman, Rick Gates, testified that Trump’s 2016 campaign was keen to keep abreast of the release of emails potentially damaging to Trump’s political rival, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
That appeared to conflict with sworn written statements that Trump gave Mueller.
(Reporting by Susan Heavey; Editing by Bill Berkrot)