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Texas Rep. Al Green Democrat says, a ” wow ” moment was absent the Miller-testimony; Hillary Vaughn reports from Capitol Hill.
Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, said he saw no “wow” moment during the nearly eight hours of testimony by former Special Counsel Robert Müller in the house.
“Some people were with the hope of a triggering moment. A ” wow ” moment. It is not going to happen,” Green told Fox News on Wednesday.
Green recently introduced a bill of indictment against Trump, but the house overwhelmingly voted to table the resolution, which was widely opposed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
But if all the lawmakers were on the search of Miller’s testimony for a renewed food for such a resolution, it has strengthened from the Wednesday hearings to Green’s dismay.
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Although Mueller said that the results of the Russian investigation not really the President, he said that his sample “has not reached relieve, a determination of whether the President has committed a crime.”
Green said Miller’s testimony was shaky at points, with the former special counsel to ask to repeat, the members of the two committees again and again, questions and seemingly confused by the details in his own report. But it “meets my expectations”, he hastened to add.
“I had Müller expected-short, direct, laconic, and just,” Green said. “The mood will change when we will start prosecution.”
Müller confirmed that the trump card-said the campaign welcomes to win Russian help, the 2016 election, and the Greens, “We can not allow that the President is watching,” he insists, continue to champion, to push a charge.
“We are at 58 and we moved to 66, and now we are at 95,” Green said of the legislators that supported his resolution. “I think every time we do this, we win. It doesn’t matter the number.”
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The Texas legislature prosecution has traced a total of three times, all unsuccessful.
Fox News’ Chad Pergram contributed to this report.