Replay Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s statement to Congress on Russia and Trump


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Congress is holding 2 hearings Wednesday in which it will question Robert Mueller, the previous FBI head who was selected 2 years ago to examine Russian disturbance in the 2016 governmental election. Mueller likewise examined allegations that President Donald Trump blocked justice.

His group’s findings were assembled into an almost 500-page report, which was launched to the general public in April. The Mueller report consisted of information on the 34 indictments brought throughout the probe versus individuals varying from Russian propagandists to Trump’s previous project supervisor, Paul Manafort. It likewise verified lots of earlier media reports detailing Trump’s tries to either fire Mueller or impact crucial individuals being examined.

A tv screen programs Special Counsel Robert Mueller as he provides an interview at the Department of Justice.

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Mueller’s group concluded there was “insufficient evidence” to identify whether Trump or his assistants taken part in a criminal conspiracy with the Russians. But they likewise decreased to clear the president of blockage of justice. “If we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit obstruction of justice, we would so state,” the report read. “Based on the facts and the applicable legal standards, however, we are unable to reach that judgment.”

Now, 3 months after the Department of Justice launched Mueller’s report to the general public, Congress plans to question him about the group’s findings. 

“We want Bob Mueller to bring it to life, to talk about what’s in that report,” stated Rep. Adam Schiff, a Democrat from California and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, throughout an interview on CBS’ Face the Nation. “That’s a pretty damning set of facts that most American people are not familiar with.”

The back-to-back hearings held by the House Judiciary Committee and the House Intelligence Committee mark the 2nd time Mueller has actually talked about the examination in public considering that its release. In May, he spoke briefly at an interview marking the conclusion of his examination, duplicating a number of his group’s findings. He likewise restated that if it were clear the president dedicated no criminal activity, “we would have said so.” 

“Any testimony from this office would not go beyond our report. It contains our findings and analysis, and the reasons for the decisions we made. We chose those words carefully, and the work speaks for itself,” he included.

The hearings are arranged for 3 hours each, with a 30-minute break in between the 2. The very first hearing with the House Judiciary Committee started at 5: 30 a.m. PT (8: 30 a.m. ET). The 2nd, with the House Intelligence Committee, was arranged to start at 9 a.m. PT (midday ET), however will start a little later since the very first hearing ran over.


There is wall-to-wall protection.  ABC, NBC and CBS (which owns CNET) are airing some or all of the hearings live, as are cable television news networks. CBSN is likewise streaming the hearings reside on its site.

C-Span will also be broadcasting and streaming the hearings live.

If you’d choose to stream the hearings on YouTube, you can capture them there too. Both the House Judiciary Committee and House Intelligence Committee have strategies to stream their hearings live there. 

What we can anticipate

Mueller has actually suggested he does not mean to respond to concerns beyond the compound of his report, a redacted variation of which was launched to Congress and the general public in April. 

That will not stop legislators from pushing for more responses, nevertheless. Democrats are dealing with increasing pressure from within their caucus to start impeachment procedures versus Trump. Republicans, on the other hand, have actually mostly supported Trump.

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