Müller, confused, asks repeat of the legislator, ask to hear tense

close tovideo, house Judiciary Committee ranking member Miller: collusion, conspiracy essentially synonymous terms?

Georgia Republican Rep. Doug Collins on former Special Counsel Robert Mueller, whether or not, he believes, collusion and conspiracy are not the answer and synonyms of the terms to its answer, with his report.

Former Special Counsel Robert Müller was often stumbled and was forced to ask her to repeat the legislator of your questions during his rapid-fire questioning on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, although he was prepared, allegedly, in the case of the length of the negotiations.

At one point he even said he was familiar with the Fusion of GPS, the opposition research firm behind the controversial anti-Trump-dossier.

The longtime lawyer was known to testify only reluctantly, after he made it clear he would largely stick to the limits of his original report. He reiterated on Wednesday that his testimony is based before the house committees on the text of the report on the Russian elections, interference and possible obstruction of the investigation.

But that did not stop a flood of detail-rich questions, to throw the rails, the usually stone-faced ” – investigators.

House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., to create his questions focused on the former Special Counsel of the results of the investigation, there is no conspiracy between the President, the Trump, and Russia. Collins Müller when “conspiracy” and “collusion” was the kind of language were the same, and the Miller said no. Collins then Müller quotes the ‘ s own report, which indicated otherwise.


“Defined in legal dictionaries, consultation is largely synonymous with conspiracy, like the crime is defined in the General Federal conspiracy Statute,” Collins read from the report. “Well, you said you chose your words carefully. You contradict your report now?”

“Not if I replied, it read,” Müller to ask and Collins, “to change your answer, Yes?”

“No, no, the, uh, the, if you look at the language,” Müller said in front of the trailing edge.

Collins pressed further, and said: “I read your report, sir. It is a Yes or no answer.”

Müller asked for the page number of the report, then stammered, before he said he would “let it be with the report.” When Collins explained that the report says that the terms “collusion” and “conspiracy” are not synonymous, Mueller said, “Yes.”

Müller appeared confused questions by Collins”, although the Congressman confessed he has a tendency to talk quickly. Collins said he would try to speak, slowly, but still a quick pace during his five-minutes-maintained grill.


Nevertheless, Mueller appeared out of his game, even after the fast-talking, Collins was about to happen.

Rep Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., went on speaking at a more deliberate step. To your first question, the extent to which Russia interfered in the election of 2016, Mueller answered, “Could repeat that, Ma’am?”

On the other hand, GOP Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner asked what he had read.

“I’m reading my question,” the Wisconsin lawmaker shot back, before Muller once again asked him to repeat his question.

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