The FBI plans to release the transcripts of calls to 911 and negotiations between Orlando gunman Omar Mateen and Orlando police.
But Obama's Attorney General Loretta Lynch ordered the FBI to edit out any references Mateen made to "Islamic terrorism" from the transcripts.
Lynch said there will be no audio of the calls released, only heavily edited (read: censored) transcripts.
Lynch said, "What we're not going to do is further proclaim this man's pledges of allegiance to terrorist groups, and further his propaganda. "We are not going to hear him make his assertions of allegiance [to ISIS]."
Lynch added: "What we're announcing tomorrow is that the FBI is releasing a partial transcript of the killer's calls with law enforcement, from inside the club. These are the calls with the Orlando PD negotiating team, who he was, where he was... that will be coming out tomorrow and I'll be headed to Orlando on Tuesday."
On June 12, Mateen killed 49 people and wounded 53 in a mass shooting inside Orlando gay bar Pulse Nightclub.
Mateen paused during his rampage to call a TV station and a 911 operator expressing his loyalty to ISIS and mentioning the Boston bombers.
Many of the dead were buried in Florida, Puerto Rico and Cuba this weekend.