A summary of the special counsel's investigation delivered to lawmakers said unequivocally that neither Trump nor his campaign conspired with Russian efforts to sway the election that put him in office.
For President Donald Trump, the Russia investigation is a thing of the past, “No collusion, no obstruction, no anything." But House Democrats are not satisfied as they seek to pull the President down at all cost. They subpoenaed the unredacted Mueller report and want the special counsel to testify about the investigation and his findings. A move that has Republicans to accuse Democrats of refusing to accept the Mueller report’s bottom line, which was mostly favorable to Trump.
Now, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff announced that Robert Mueller will publicly testify before two House committees next month about his probe into Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 election.
I am pleased to announce that @HouseJudiciary and House Intel will have Special Counsel Robert Mueller testify in open session on July 17, pursuant to a subpoena issued this evening. https://t.co/wR0CEVqpJC— (((Rep. Nadler))) (@RepJerryNadler) June 26, 2019
We look forward to having Mr. Mueller testify, as do all Americans. pic.twitter.com/UEKihMEYXI
Robert Mueller has agreed to testify before Congress pursuant to subpoena.— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) June 26, 2019
Russia attacked our democracy to help Trump win. Trump welcomed and used that help. As Mueller said, that should concern every American.
And now, every American will get to hear directly from Mueller.
Lets sit back, relax and watch as things are about to go side ways for Schiff and Nadler.