It also gave examples of 10 incidents in which Trump sought to hinder the investigation, but it did not draw any conclusions on whether Trump obstructed justice.
Attorney General William Barr later concluded he did not see enough evidence to bring obstruction charges.
Whether Democrats will get Mueller to discuss Trump’s conduct in detail remains to be seen.
Mueller has made it clear he has no desire to appear before Congress, saying the report is his testimony, and he is also notorious for being tight-lipped and for giving one-word answers in hearings.
Nadler said Democrats plan to ask very specific questions about Trump’s obstructive conduct and ask Mueller to read passages from the report aloud.
“We hope it won’t end up being a dud,” he said of the hearing.
Meanwhile, Nadler said Sunday he plans to go to court “within a couple of days” after the Mueller hearings to enforce a subpoena, after the White House ordered former White House counsel Don McGahn not to testify about incidents he witnessed which many say show Trump tried to obstruct justice.