Rep. Devin Nunes said Robert Mueller could "throw a monkey's thumb" on issues related to the Russian investigation, with testimony next month. can say in a closed environment as part of the deal to talk to MPs.
"There are two trains of thought there, one being that he will not say anything that is very possible, but it is also very possible that he can throw a monkey wrench in things," said the The House Intelligence Committee in front of Janine Pirro's household. "Now what it is about this is that he only agreed to testify for four hours. The Intelligence Committee and the House Judiciary Committee do not have enough time to get the questions to everyone, "Nunes added. "Besides, people should know that he does not want to give testimony for now behind closed doors and suggests that he will send Andrew Weissman and his team of geniuses who came up with these conspiracy theories. And it will not even be translated.
Mueller, who said in a public statement late last month that he does not want to testify for his full investigation now, agreed to give public testimony to the intelligence and judiciary commissions on July 1
. CNN's interview last week, Adam Schiff, the head of the Homes Intelligence Service, said he did not believe the Special Attorney's office had received a "friendly summons" and that Muller was "deeply undesirable" to comply with the rules. with him.
As part of the plan, Schiff said there would be an "executive session" with members of Muller's staff.
There was some speculation about what might lead to this closed-door discussion. Deputy Director Andrew McCabe told MSNBC that Muller's senior officials are likely to "go deeper" into the details of the Russian investigation. Joe Digan, a former US lawyer in Columbia County, predicted last week in Fox Business that Wiessmann, not Mueller, could make President Tramp's real "damage".
Weissman, who recently made a book, was known as Muller's pitbull. According to Michael Wolf's book Siege Weissmann led the initiative to prepare three counts against the tribunal against Trump, which was denied by Muller's spokesman
The Müller report, released in April with edits, managed to establish a criminal conspiracy between the Russian government and Trump's campaign, but left open the question of possible impediment to justice. The report outlined 10 cases in which Trump may have impeded justice, but Müller refused to take a decision on the matter, quoting the Ministry of Justice's guidelines that he is sitting can not be blamed.
Although Trump and his allies claim the case is over, Democrats say Muller's refusal to clear Tramp for obstacles gives them a roadmap to continue the investigation and eventually seek impeachment. Chief Prosecutor William Bar said he and former Deputy Prosecutor General Rod Rosenstein have determined that there is not enough evidence to establish a crime.
Although Muller is excluded from his work and his reluctance to testify, Nunes complains about the constant permanent attorney. presence. "He's like a bad penny, he just will not go," Nunes told Mueller.
Nunes said the question he wants to ask Mueller is how far the controversy of Trump's campaign continues, even the FBI claims it started in July 2016. "That's a complete lie. the American people and I will ask this question, or at least one of my committee will ask this question to Bob Mueller when the investigation really started spying on Trump's campaign