in the vicinityVideoRep. Doug Collins: The Miller report speaks for itself
Georgia Republican Rep. Doug Collins says he has a long list of questions that all come back to the timing and the integrity of the Mueller report.
Rep. Doug Collins said Wednesday on “America’s Newsroom” that he has a long list of questions to ask the former Special Counsel Robert Mueller, has now agreed to testify next month before the two house committees.
Collins, R-Ga., the ranking member on the Judiciary Committee, said Sandra Smith, that his questions focus, like the investigation, in the Trump campaign started in the year 2016, as Müller chose his team of investigators, and if Mueller, the team came to the conclusion that there is “no collusion or conspiracy” between the campaign and Russia.
“The list [of questions] is long and will be longer,” said Collins, adding, Müller well, an answer to these key questions or “try to avoid”.
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Reaction to the news in an exclusive interview on Fox Business Network, President Trump, reiterated that the investigation found collusion, while complaining that Müller and his team were biased against him.
“You got caught, and they’re running around wild trying to do everything, you can, but you looked at my campaign, it’s as simple as that” Trump said, referring to the probe’s origins date back to the FBI. “It is so illegal, it is probably the greatest political scandal in history, and she was caught, to do it.”
Collins stressed that Müller himself has already said he would not go beyond what is stated in his report, if he is called to testify in Congress. He also doubted that the hear would help Muller directly, Democrats in your potential thrust in the direction of the charge.
“It’s gonna enhance what the report says. Everyone has had a chance to read for two months. It says what it says, it’s gonna say something else. What we find out is gonna, is the dark underworld of the corrupt cabal that started it all,” he said.
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Collins called from Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-NY, not to say, of him, through the Committee, the subpoena to Miller, before it was issued, adding, he found out about it in the news prior to the hearing of Nadler.
“My President tends to work these days.”