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The former special counsel testified before two House committees on Wednesday about what his report actually said.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller explains why he decided not to serve President Donald Trump with a subpoena in order to obtain an in-person
Former special counsel Robert Mueller was asked whether he believes the Trump campaign has set a new precedent of accepting hostile foreign election influence without reporting it to the authorities. He replied, “I hope this is not the new normal, but I fear it is.”
Robert Mueller said that President Donald Trump’s “problematic” praise of WikiLeaks is worthy of an investigation.
Robert Mueller contradicts President Trump’s assertion that the special counsel’s investigation was a “witch hunt.”
The former special counsel testified before the House Intelligence Committee regarding his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Mueller is expected to speak about the content of his report on Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller was expected to testify before the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees next week.
The #MuellerTime hashtag went viral after the announcement that the former special counsel would answer questions before Congress in July.
The special counsel is set to testify in open session before Congress on July 17 about his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 elections.
Both men played key roles in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, pleading guilty and agreeing to cooperate with investigators.
House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff postponed threatened "enforcement action" against Attorney General William Barr for the subpoenaed documents.
House lawmakers slammed the effort, saying it was "designed to put off meaningful accountability as long as possible."
In his third and final Capitol Hill session this week, Cohen will testify to the House Intelligence Committee.
The president was gloating over a controversial House committee report.
President Trump’s fellow Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee say their investigation has found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
House Intelligence Committee member says "there is evidence" Russians worked to help Trump.
Trump said the memo must be "heavily redacted" before it could be released.