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House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler describes, what hope new info-Democrats, by Robert Müller.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, is looking forward to Wednesday, the testimony of Robert Mueller, and is not worried that the whole thing blow up might be in his face once Republicans are allowed to ask the former special counsel
Nadler and his fellow Democrats want to Müller about his investigation of the results, in particular in relation to whether or not President Trump justice hindered in the context of the Russia-investigation, but Mueller has already said that he said everything that needs to be said about this in his report. The Republicans plan to ask him, what is not in the report, the information about a possible wrongdoing in connection with the origin of the sample.
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“If you want to discuss or discuss this irrelevancy, let them waste their time,” Nadler said on “Fox News Sunday,” to insist that everything the Republicans are concerned, it has already been investigated and “found no basis in fact.”
Host Chris Wallace pushed back on this claim, finding that the Justice Department Inspector General report on the Trump investigation and possible abuse of the FISA system to monitor the former trump campaign consultant Carter page has yet to be released.
Nadler referred to earlier inspector-General of the results in terms of the Hillary Clinton investigation, which he said was half of what relates to the Republicans. These results contain information about messages sent between former special agent Peter Strzok and lawyer Lisa page, which featured strong language against Trump and favored Clinton. The report noted that Strzok showed that his political views have influenced could be factory, but that it is, ultimately, no undue impact on the Clinton investigation.
Nadler also insisted, “There was nothing wrong with the FISA application,” but that remains to be seen how this report is yet to come out.
Wallace asked Nadler if his efforts to get more information from the Miller could be fruitless, because Muelller public statement that the report was his statement and he had nothing more to add.
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“We hope not,” Nadler said. He described a strategy, Müller points to parts of his report, then ask him if you could describe obstruction of justice. Nadler said he believed the report contains a “very clear evidence that the President is to blame for the high crime and misdemeanor”, that is the standard for law enforcement, and that “if a man was accused of what the report provides, that the President had done, you would have accused you.”
It remains to be seen whether Müller would go along with Democrats’ planned line in question.
“It should be interesting,” Nadler said.