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Pelosi tries to ‘silence, no drama,” of Dems in front of Müller-testimony: report

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, allegedly, you get the word to the Democrats prior to next week’s scheduled hearing by former Special Counsel Robert Müller: no showboating or grandstanding at the hearings.

“As we go into the next week, I would like to have a level of silence, no drama, said about the Müller-presentation,” Pelosi, the party members at a closed-door Thursday meeting, according to the Washington Examiner. “The fact that he presents is what we want, so a lot more people be aware of the fees provided for in the Miller report.”

Mueller is scheduled to testify Wednesday before the House judiciary and intelligence committees on the results of his two-year-long Russia investigation of possible collusion between Moscow and members of Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential campaign.

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Democrats had been calling out to Muller to testify since his report to Attorney General William Barr has been submitted. The party argued that Barr could have distorted the first publication of an overview of the Miller results, the public perception of what the Mueller report says.

In his March letter to Congress, Barr, published in the “main results”, in Müller’s study, stating definitely, that Müller is not to create evidence that President Trump the team, or all employees of the trump campaign had conspired with Russia to pivot to the 2016 election — “in spite of several offers from Russian-affiliated persons to support the Trump campaign.”

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Then, in April, according to Barr, the more than 400-pages-Mueller report released, with some parts blurred – some Democrats complained that the report was too long and that only a few Americans, or even many legislators themselves, were probably to read the full text.

After Müller, the questions on the report was in the public – answering the legislator probably the best way for the findings to be communicated to the American population, it was argued.

But the examiner found that the Democrats have sometimes used Capitol Hill hearings as opportunities for publicity stunts – for example, if the Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., to suspect ate from a bucket of fried chicken that Barr was in front of the Committee members, if the attorney General skipped the hearing at the beginning of this year.

U.S. REP Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., eating fried chicken during a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

In another example, Democrats Watergate figure John Dean witnesses at a recent hearing, in what critics said was a link to a bid to be invited to the Trump administration to the Nixon-era scandal in the public opinion, the reported auditor.

According to the newspaper, Pelosi argued on Thursday that Miller will be the mere presence, without the accompaniment of the theatrics, enough.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California, speaks with reporters on Capitol in Washington, 21. June, 2019. (Associated Press)

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“It is valuable,” Pelosi allegedly said, “because 3% of the population say they have read it, which means it is polling, such as point-3-percent of the population. It is devastating, it is pointed out how the President has the judicial system really hinders so many times.”

Trump, and many Republicans said that with the Russia investigation is over and the Müller-report presented and published – without the fees, the matter submitted should go against the President — and America.

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