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Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the consent to the statement before the Congress, as many Democrats have urged, is “blow up in your face,” Sen. Lindsey Graham charged on Tuesday.

Graham said in an appearance on “Hannity” that Mueller change in the testimony, of what was documented in his report on the Russia-investigation.

“Bottom line is, according to all your views and all the time you had and all the money that you spent, did conspire Trump with the Russians? No – Do you stand by your report? – Yes,” Graham said, envisioning issues that the special counsel will probably be asked.

“It is” case closed ” for me. You can do what you want, in the house, and I think it will blow up in your face.

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“It will blow up in your face. This will blow up in your face. The conclusions may not change, there is no collusion, that is, to begin what the whole thing was.”

The Senate judiciary Committee’s Chairman added that the facts of the case, President Trump will show not restrict, Mueller’s investigation.

“The President has 1.4 million documents to Müller. [Don] McGahn, his lawyer, said the 30 hours,” he said.

“He has to talk to all of the available to Müller, Müller wanted to, and he… to notify answer questions in writing, so that this President did nothing to stop Müller from the search of the truth.”

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Graham said that regardless of Miller’s statement, it would be hard to keep track of is the trump card for obstruction of justice.

“There is no one on earth who could bring a disability case based on these facts,” he said.

Müller has agreed to testify before the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees on July 17, after the plates of the Chairman, Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., and Adam Schiff, D-Calif.

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.

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“The Americans have demanded to hear directly from the Special Counsel so that you can understand what he and his team investigated, identified and determined about the Russian attack on our democracy, the Trump campaign, the acceptance and the use of the aid, and President of the Trump and his staff said the obstruction of the investigation into the attack,” Nadler and Schiff in a joint statement.

Müller did not immediately comment. In a press conference last month he delivered his first public statements in more than two years, the special counsel, said he did not wish to appear before the legislature.

Fox News Louis Casiano contributed to this report.

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