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President Trump on Tuesday blasted the House Judiciary Committee, the decision, former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s top aide on Russia-study to accompany him during his testimony in front of a house, legislators on Wednesday.
Müller, who will testify publicly before the House Judiciary Committee for at least two hours, and the House Intelligence Committee, a further two hours, Aaron Zebley, his former chief of staff and top aide to the Russian probe, to the witness table during testimony. Fox News is the Intelligence Committee, to swear, to said, in Zebley, prior to his hearing.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller speaks at the Department of Justice in Washington on Russia-investigation.
Trump derided the decision as “unfair” and a “disgrace to our system.”
“I’m just listening again to last-minute change, so that a Never-Trumper lawyer Robert Müller with his testimony before a Congress of tomorrow,” tweeted Trump. “What a shame for our system. Never heard of it before. VERY UNFAIR, SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED. A malicious witch-hunt!”
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The Republicans have spoken out against the last-minute amendment, calling it an “obvious stunt” by Democrats. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., the judiciary panel’s top Republican, said the move “shows the lengths that Democrats will go to protect, a one-sided narrative of a thorough investigation by Committee Republicans.”
Müller has also requested that the justice Department send him a letter and tell him to released his statement: “within the limits” of the public version of the Müller report in March, attorney General William Barr told Fox News.
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In may, Miller to his lack of signals to give testimony.
“There has been a discussion about an appearance before Congress. Each witness of this office would not be said about our report,” Müller said. “It contains our results and the analysis and the reasons for the decisions we made. We chose these words carefully, and the work speaks for itself.”
Fox News’ Chad Pergram contributed to this report.