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The hosts of “Fox & friends,” responded Wednesday morning to the news that the former Special Counsel Robert Mueller testifies before two house committees next month with host Brian Kilmeade called it “back to the future.”
The hosts of “Fox & Friends” responded Wednesday morning to the news that the former Special Counsel Robert Mueller, testify in front of the house, two committees next month with host Brian Kilmeade called it “back to the future.”
“We are on the brink with Iran, the President is going to the G-20 to cut a major trade deal with a monster by the name of China, we have a disaster on the border that both parties are desperately trying to solve, while still staying in their political corners and now it is back to the future with Robert Müller. … People talk about this as a bigger than Ali-Frazier,” he said, referring to the famous 1971 heavyweight Boxing match.
Müller agreed to appear before the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees on July 17, after she invited the special counsel Tuesday, according to the committees by the Chairman, and Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., and Adam Schiff, D-Calif.
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Democrats in Congress have fought to get access to Mueller and his unredacted report about Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections and whether President Trump obstructed justice.
Müller is expected to stick to the “four corners” of his report in the testimony, and he said last month, in rare comments to the press that “the report is my witness” and “I would not have any information about the already available to the public in any appearance before the Congress.”
Host Steve Doocy said Democrats are trying to strengthen “their case” for the prosecution, but whether the testimony will “live up to the hype”, noting that the ship already warned setting “unrealistic expectations”.
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Host Jedediah Bila said the media is the Müller probe has played for years, especially the trump card-Russia agreement charges and “basically had the trump card because of an offence sentenced” in front of the Mueller report has been issued.
Bila highlighted in Tuesday’s commentary from Rush Limbaugh, who blasted the mainstream media played the trump card-Russia-history, such as “the demise of our democracy.”
“Except that none of it was true. … You are not gonna be able to get rid of Trump, Trump is gonna be on the ballot in 2020. They failed,” he said.