Stephanie Sarkis is a PhD licensed, board-certified mental health counsellor in practice for over 20 years. The following are excerpts from her March 24, 2019 article headlined "Trump Puts Exoneration In All Caps -- Almost As If He Were Exonerated".

...There was one point Barr could not avoid—"The Special Counsel states that while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him."

After Barr's report was released, Trump took to Twitter—and proceeded to fully contradict the attorney general.....

To repeat, this report is not an exoneration of Trump. As a result of Mueller's work, there are currently a dozen federal and state investigations being pursued by prosecutors regarding Trump, his associates, and his business dealings. While Mueller was limited in his report to Trump's possible conspiration with Russia in the 2016 election, federal and state prosecutors have a wider range they can pursue.

Until the full special counsel report is released to the public, the public cannot be fully sure of what the report does or does not contain. If Trump truly feels he did not engage in wrongdoing, he should have no issue with a public release of the Mueller report....