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Sean Hannity and Jim Jordan Mueller statement
Special Counsel Robert Mueller public statement and his previously released report on the Russia-study offered,” the same damn conclusion,” according to Rep. Jim Jordan.
Jordan, R-Ohio, claimed on Wednesday on “Hannity” Mueller seemed to be no reason for a public statement to the Ministry of justice earlier in the day.
“What we have the press conference learned, in the nine minutes and 39 seconds of Mr. Miller?”, asked Jordan, a member of the house freedom Caucus learned “We have, there was no collusion and no disability. So, that was a great take-away when the report speaks for itself, why do you have … press conference?”
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He added that House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-decide, NY, whether they bear witness to require Mueller to Capitol Hill.
According to Jordan, Müller does not want to testify, but Nadler may appear to ask questions, “keys”, if Müller has selected.
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Müller confirmed in his report of contacts; in response, the Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan on ‘Hannity.’
Host Sean Hannity added, the Connecticut U.S. attorney John Durham, is assigned to investigate attorney General William Barr, the origins of the Russia-investigation, could be searched to find the answers to more questions from Jordan.
“The avalanche is alleged to come, [but] you know more than I do,” Hannity.
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In a montage Barr public comments were played on “Special Report” in comparison to Mueller’s public comments about the Russia-investigation.
The Ministry of justice is trying to tamp down some of the concerns about conflict in a statement on Wednesday evening.
“The attorney General has previously declared that the Special Counsel has confirmed repeatedly that he has to say, but for the OLC [Office of Legal Counsel] opinion, he would have the President obstructed justice. The Special Council report and its statement made it clear that the office would not achieve closed it, a determination – one way or the other – about whether the President committed a crime. There is no conflict between these statements,” Kerri Kupec, a spokeswoman for the DOJ, and the special counsel ‘ s office, told Fox News.
Fox News’ John Roberts contributed to this report.