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Adam Schiff: Müller made it ‘very clear’ he wanted to not testify, but “the respect of the summons’

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Matt Gaetz and Alan Dershowitz react to breaking news.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif, which testify some light on the process of the introduction of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller before Congress, revealing Müller made it “very clear” that he wanted.

In the night on Wednesday for both ship and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-NY, confirms that Mueller will testify publicly in front of two committees on July 17 in response to a subpoena by the Democratic legislature.

Appears on MSNBC, ship of the characterization showed that Müller got a “friendly subpoena.”

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“I do not believe that the Special Counsel ‘ s office would characterize him as a friendly subpoena. He did not want to testify. He made that very clear,” ship MSNBC, Rachel Maddow told. “Nevertheless, you will respect the summons. He will appear in. He was going to testify before our Committee in public session. Each of our members will have the opportunity to ask questions of the Special Counsel. And the American people get the chance to hear from him directly and have your questions answered. So I it’s a good result think. 17. July is the date we expect him to appear.”

Ship also confirmed that it would be a closed-door session after the public testimony.

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