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Raw video: Chairman Adam Schiff delivers an opening statement at the House Intelligence Committee hearing on ‘lessons from the Müller Report: counterintelligence impact of Volume I.’
House-Intelligence-Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said on Sunday that he expects the legislature to decide this week whether or not they plan to subpoena Special Counsel Robert Muller to testify before Congress.
Seen on CNN ‘ s “Stand said of the Union,” ship, that the legislature, in meetings with Mueller’s office, and testify, but this time is “running out” for him as the August-threatens recess for Congress on the horizon.
“We have said in personal conversations with the special counsel’s office,” the ship. “I hope that we will reach this decision in this week.”
Ship added: “We will come to a final conclusion; for either he will come, to volunteer, or we are going to a subpoena to him.”
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In a rare press conference last month, Mueller said he was fulfilling his duties as special counsel for the investigation Committee of the Russian interference during the 2016 presidential elections and had no intention to appear before the Congress.
“I am speaking today because our investigation is completed,” Muller said last month. “The attorney General has the report on our study largely open to the public. We are officially closing the special counsel ‘ s office. And as well, I exit out of the Ministry of justice, and am living back on the private.”
“I hope and expect that this added to the only time that I will speak to you in this matter,” Mueller. “No one told me, if I can, or a statement, or to speak more about this matter. There is discussion about every appearance has been in front of the Congress,” he said.
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“Every witness of this office would not be on our report. It contains our findings and analysis and the reasons for the decisions we made. We chose these words carefully, and the work speaks for itself.”
House Democrats, however, have already to the fact that Müller testify, the house of justice-President Jerry Nadler, D-NY, also threatened a subpoena of the special counsel, when he voluntarily before Congress to appear. Nadler, the Committee members said they are still in negotiations with Miller’s team, and that there is no time to plan for a appearance clear.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.