US Democrats invite exFBI leaders to testify on Robert Mueller report Russian

first_img Related News US: Special counsel Robert Mueller’s testimony delayed until July 24 By AP |Washington | Published: June 12, 2019 11:39:09 am US Special Counsel Robert Mueller to testify before two House panels on July 17 US Special Counsel Mueller to testify before House panels on July 17 The House Intelligence Committee has invited two former leaders of the FBI’s national security branch to testify about the counterintelligence implications of Mueller’s investigation.Read | US House Democrats to get more Mueller evidenceBoth ex-FBI officials, Robert Anderson and Stephanie Douglas, retired from the bureau before it launched its investigation into the Trump campaign in summer 2016. By inviting them instead of agents involved in the investigation, Democrats are giving center stage to career officials more likely to be seen as neutral.It is unclear whether Republicans will seek to undermine the credibility of the witnesses, or merely try to minimize their testimony by noting that they weren’t part of the investigation. Advertising 0 Comment(s) us democrats, us democrats russia probe, donald trump, us elections russia probe, us elections 2016, robert mueller, robert mueller russia probe, robert mueller report, world news, indian express news The special counsel Robert Mueller and his wife Ann Standish departing St John’s Episcopal Church across from the White House. (Source: AP)House Democrats angling to spotlight damning allegations from special counsel Robert Mueller’s report are focusing Wednesday on contacts between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia.last_img

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