in the vicinityVideoGowdy on Mueller’s testimony: It is not uncommon that witnesses to a deadline
Democrats worried about the lack of time for grilling Mueller; former house Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy weighs in.
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy said Thursday on “The story with Martha MacCallum” that the Democrats want to keep the Russia investigation history “alive”, but Special Counsel Robert Müller does not want to be involved.
The preview of next week’s hearings, Gowdy, said: “you take him, you want to keep the story alive. He is not to participate. He is not the answer to everything outside of the four corners of his report.
“So, the retaining of a day-long series. The focus is on the questions. Müller is not going to give you interesting answers, I asked him.”
Müller is set to testify July 17.
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Müller ‘ s report found no evidence that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia to influence the elections, despite several efforts by the Russians, and not reach a conclusion about whether or not President Trump obstructed justice.
Gowdy explains the type of answer that Müller would be next week, MacCallum.
“And this is his answer. Why didn’t I look into something else? “Because I asked not.’ When I got to the conclusion there was no collusion? “When I interviewed, the last witness.’ And will said,” Gowdy.
The former Congressman reiterated that nothing intellectually of the hearing in the next week.
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“Müller’s a Marine, former FBI Director. He is not… He is going to answer the question, perhaps, and nothing more,” Gowdy said.
“You won’t learn anything next Wednesday, except many of my former colleagues think you are a great questioner and think that you have your five minutes.”
Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.