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Nunes: Mueller’s testimony highlighted by ‘many questions and not many answers’

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House Intelligence Committee ranking member Devin Nunes gives his takeaways from the former Special Counsel Robert Mueller to Capitol Hill testimony and breaks his line out of the question for Miller.

Former Special Counsel Robert Müller gave his long-awaited testimony before house committees on Wednesday and, according to the House Intelligence Committee, ranking member Devin Nunes, R-Calif., he has not said much of anything.

When it comes to questions of Democrats, Miller repeated what was already showed in his report. When the Republicans challenged aspects of the investigation, he declined to answer.

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“A lot of questions and not many answers on Wednesday,” Nunes said. He pointed out that after years of investigation, followed by Müller ‘ s report and testimony, there is still no support for the case that the Trump campaign has been involved in a conspiracy with Russia.

“I would be one of the core say points, we have still not all Russians,” he said. “We don’t know who the Russians are, allegedly, in collaboration with the trump campaign. Why? There was no, and that’s what we said two and a half years.”

Nunes claimed that there is evidence of the Democrats ‘ collusion with the Russians. “We tried to go to the bottom of it, but clearly Müller and his team of lawyers and 40 investigators and a $ 40 million not look the trouble for the Russians,” he said.

Nunes also discussed, Joseph Mifsud, the Maltese professor, to have the tip about the Clinton E-Mails to George Papadopoulos said, led to the introduction of the Russia probe in the first place. Papadopoulos mentioned the supposed dirt on Clinton, an Australian diplomat, who then notified the US authorities.

“It is the reason why, documenting the reason why the investigation was opened on the 31. July of 2016. Now, what I mentioned in my testimony and in my questioning, it is clear that the FBI did not open the investigation on July 31. The the paperwork is. What we are trying to figure out is when did the FBI really start to do the investigation, what types of processes did you use, what was the predicate, because it really looks like you were spying on the Trump campaign.

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Nunes showed on invitations for a Cambridge-University-event-extended-trump-campaign-Carter Page and Stephen Miller in June. Nunes mentioned that the present, including the British historian Christopher Andrew and the former MI-6 chief Richard Dearlove.

“This is a kind of contract-in the order of the espionage outfit,” Nunes claimed.

Müller would not answer questions about any of this Wednesday during the hearing, citing an ongoing investigation. Attorney General Bill Barr has Connecticut U.S. attorney John Durham at the tip of a probe, the Russia investigation, the origin.

Nunes out of the question, Miller is very to speculate a role during its own investigation, that its staff was primarily responsible for the 448-page document, which the team presented the results.

“It is clear that Müller’s writing, the report,” he said.

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