DEVELOPING: Agreement Reached to Have Mueller Testify Before Congress on Russia Investigation
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler told reporters Wednesday that an agreement has been reached for Mueller to testify before Congress about his Russia investigation.
Nadler said Mueller will testify about his Russia investigation and possibly President Trump’s so-called efforts to impede the witch hunt (he didn’t).
Mueller is set to testify sometime in May, however a specific date has not been agreed on just yet, reported Reuters.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller to investigate ‘Trump-Russia collusion’ in May of 2017 shortly after the President fired FBI Director James Comey.
Mueller put together a team of Democrat donors to hunt down Trump and his associates without even naming a crime.
After nearly 2 years and $35 million later, Mueller and his crooked top prosecutor Andrew Weissmann released a 448-page report smearing President Trump.
Mueller’s witch hunt was full of conflicts of interest, served to damage President Trump with selective leaks and destroyed many lives.
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