More than 20 Democrats from the House are planning a grueling 12-hour public reading of the Special Adviser's report, Robert Mueller, on the investigation of Russia in its entirety, excluding the edited parts, on Thursday.
The show is a Democrat from Pennsylvania Mary Gay Scullon, a deputy chairman of the Judiciary Committee, which unites other Democrats to join her in the public reading of the report that does not find any agreement between Russia and the Trump campaign, although it also noted that there are 10 this can be qualified as an impediment to justice.
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and without any collusion, you have not read Müller's report. So the continued search was: "How can we get that story there while we wait for the witnesses to come?"
For weeks I said that if you do not think there are no obstacles and no secret agreements, you did not read Müller's report, so the continued search was: "How do we get this story there while we wait for the witnesses to come
In a statement she circulated to the media, she said that Muller's report "illustrates a presidency based on opportunism, devoid of respect for public service and the rule of law" and that "this administration and its supporters do not want the American people to hear the content of this REPORTS ".
Muller's report is readable to the public. Democrats who will participate in reading the marathon will read the same copy of the report.
The House Judiciary Commission has recently called on the Justice Department for a full unreactive report and its main material, a request that was rejected by Chief Prosecutor Barr. The Committee, in response, voted last week to negate Barr.
Scanlon told the newspaper that it would take about 12 to 14 hours to go through all the 448 pages of the report with his colleagues , which divide the reader's shifts. The report will be read in the Chamber of Committees and will be transmitted live. The recording will be made in the audio book.
Among the other participants in the public reading will be the Chairman of the Jurisdiction Committee Errol Naddler and the representative Jamie Raskin.
Scranen also denied that she and her fellow Democrats are involved in political
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"The report of Muller is a mandate from the Ministry of Justice that there is an investigation of these very worrying aspects of what is happening in our government, "she said at the exit." So you know it may be awkward, it can take a long time, but that's what we need to do. "