Mueller To Testify In Front Of Congress Regarding Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Elections
On Tuesday, Special Counsel Robert Mueller agreed to testify before Congress on July 17 regarding his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. The subpoenas were issued by the House Judiciary and House Intelligence Committee. House Representative Nadler was the first to announce the scheduled date of the hearing.
House Representative Adam Schiff joined the conversation to add his usual propaganda talking point about the Russians helping Trump win the presidency. However, Representative Schiff has repeatedly alleged that he has damaging evidence to prove that President Trump did indeed collude with the Russians yet such evidence was withheld from the Special Counsel.
Despite the fact that Mueller announce that he found no evidence of Russian Collusion within the 2016 Trump campaign, Democrats refuse to drop the soap opera and focus on policies that would benefit the United States instead of dividing the country with endless pandering for impeachment.
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