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What To Expect From Mueller’s Highly-Anticipated Testimony

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Robert Mueller is not expected to go far beyond his public report on the Russia investigation when he appears before Congress on Wednesday  But Democrats and Republicans alike hope to draw the notoriously reclusive former special counsel out of his shell  Democrats hope Mueller’s testimony will lay the ground for impeachment of President Trump, while Republicans will push hard that ...

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Mueller Makes Last-Minute Request Ahead Of Testimony, And Republicans Aren’t Happy About It

Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller has asked Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee to swear in his longtime deputy as a witness at a congressional hearing on Wednesday, according to multiple reports. Mueller asked that Aaron Zebley, who served as deputy on the special counsel’s probe, be sworn in as a witness in order to address any questions that he ...

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Here’s What DOJ Will Let Mueller Tell Congress About Russia Probe

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The Justice Department on Monday told former Special Counsel Robert Mueller that he must stay within the confines of the public version of his Russia report when he testifies before Congress on Wednesday, setting the stage for potential drama with lawmakers. In a letter responding to Mueller’s request for guidance on his upcoming testimony, Associate Attorney General Bradley Weisenheimer said ...

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Jay Sekulow: Trump Won’t Block Mueller From Testifying

Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow said Wednesday that the White House does not have a legal team in place to prepare for potential impeachment proceedings, and that President Trump has no plans to block former special counsel Robert Mueller from testifying to Congress next month. In an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Sekulow shot down the possibility that Trump will try ...

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27 Questions That Congress Should Ask Mueller

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When former Special Counsel Robert Mueller testifies before Congress on July 17, he can expect a slew of questions from both Democrats and Republicans about the details of his 22-month long Russia probe. Democrats are likely to focus on the obstruction portion of the investigation, in hopes that they can mount a case for the impeachment of President Trump. Republicans ...

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‘Time Is Running Out’: Schiff Hopes To Decide On Mueller Subpoena This Week

The chairmen of the House Judiciary and House Intelligence Committees hope to decide this week whether to subpoena former special counsel Robert Mueller, California Rep. Adam Schiff said on Tuesday. “We need to resolve this this week, and I hope we will. One way or another, he needs to come in and testify, and time is running out,” Schiff told ...

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Why Are So Many Saying Mueller is as Corrupt as Hillary’s Steele Dossier?

In a recent post, I explained the importance of being able to discern between what people think they are and actuality. Has Mueller provided us with a prime example of being two-faced? When it came time for the Swamp to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate Trump/Russia collusion, the spotlight fixated upon Mueller. If we believed what was said by ...

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Mueller: We Couldn’t Prove Trump’s Innocence, So We Just Assumed His Guilt

If America’s legal system assumes innocence until proven guilty, then Mueller, his crew and the Democrat party, have corrupted it to a frightening level. What happened to the venerated assumption of innocence until proven guilty? Democrats and the leftist press repeatedly state that the president isn’t above the law, so they claim his automatic guilt despite the absence of corroborating ...

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Jerry Nadler & His Predetermined Outcome

There is a lot of wiggle-room that was provided to partisan politicians in Robert Mueller’s statement, a statement made of the US Department of Justice even as he refused to voluntarily speak in front of Congress. Of course, that wiggle-room will super-charge the “I see Bigfoot” impeachment crowd. But there are a few problems with their foaming at the mouth ...

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Nadler Responds To Mueller: ‘Falls To Congress To Respond To The Crimes’

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler responded to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s first public remarks since his report was released, hinting that it is likely Mueller will be subpoenaed to testify in front of Congress. In a statement released by Nadler after Mueller’s press conference at the Department Of Justice, Nadler thanked Mueller for his service and said that “although Department ...

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Robert Mueller Speaks Publicly About Investigation for First Time

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Two years ago, the Acting Attorney General asked me to serve as Special Counsel, and he created the Special Counsel’s Office. The appointment order directed the office to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.  This included investigating any links or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump campaign. I have not spoken publicly during ...

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Mueller Spokesman Knocks Down Major Claim In Michael Wolff’s New Book

The special counsel’s office is flatly denying author Michael Wolff’s claim in his new book that Robert Mueller drew up a draft indictment against President Trump for obstruction of justice. Wolff claims in “Siege: Trump Under Fire,” which will be released next week, that prosecutors drew up an indictment with three obstruction charges against Trump. The document sat on Mueller’s ...

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Barr ‘Surprised’ Mueller Didn’t Make Decision On Obstruction

Attorney General William Barr said Wednesday that he was “surprised” that Special Counsel Robert Mueller declined to make a decision on whether President Trump obstructed the Russia probe. During a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Barr said that he was “absolutely” confident in his decision not to pursue an obstruction case against Trump. Mueller ended his 22-month investigation on ...

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Report: Mueller Expressed Frustration To AG Barr About Letter To Congress

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Special counsel Robert Mueller expressed frustration to William Barr about how the attorney general described the special counsel’s findings regarding obstruction of justice to Congress, according to a new report. The Washington Post reported that Mueller sent the letter on March 27, three days after Barr sent a letter of his own to Congress laying out what he said were ...

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Mueller: Trump Withholding Why Don Trump Jr. Met With Russians Was NOT Obstruction

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President Donald Trump’s directive to press officials not to release information about why his son met with Russian officials at Trump Tower does not constitute obstruction of justice, according to special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. Attorney General William Barr released a redacted version of Mueller’s 400-page report Thursday which spells out the findings of an investigation into allegations of possible ...

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