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A look at some of the greatest moments from Robert Mueller’s testimony before the House Intelligence Committee.

Minutes after the former Special Counsel Robert Mueller ended his testimony before the House Intelligence Committee, on Wednesday afternoon, President Trump took to Twitter to send a cryptic message.

“THE TRUTH IS A FORCE OF NATURE!” Trump said on Twitter.

Although it is unclear what the President meant, Müller reiterated nearly 8 hours of testimony, many of the points already enumerated in his report, ” summary of the Russia-investigation.

During the back-to-back hearings, Democrats Müller asked about the content of his report, to press him on whether or not the results of the investigation relieved really the President, for the Miller replied, “no.”

In sometimes controversial, rapport, where Müller appeared confused and asks the members of the committees to repeat the questions several times, the Republicans, the former FBI Director grilled about the way he conducted the investigation and whether or not personal political bias played in the results.

Müller denied that Trump’s claims that the investigation was a “witch-hunt” and found that the Trump campaign, welcomed Russian help to win them the 2016 election. He also warned that the election interference by foreign agents was not to say a thing of the past: “you can do it, if we sit here and expect to do it during the next campaign.”

Maybe one of the seemingly insightful moments occurred in the hearing, when Muller testified before the House Judiciary Committee that, if it were not for the Office of Legal Counsel rule that says a sitting President can not be accused of being Müller had someone to prosecute, the President, on the basis of the results of its investigation.

“The reason that you do not accuse the President, because of the OLC opinion, not to a President-in-office, right?” Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Calif. Müller asked.

“Really,” Mueller replied.

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Müller backpedaled on these comments at the top of the second hearing of the day, you said, “I would like to add a correction to my statement this morning. I want to go back to a thing that was said this morning by Mr. Lieu, who said, and I quote, ‘You have impeachment of the President because of the OLC opinion. This is not the right way to say it. As we say in the report, and as I a decision whether the President committed a crime, said at the opening, we can’t achieve that.”

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