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House Judiciary Committee Officially Requests Mueller Testify Before Congress

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House Judiciary Committee Officially Requests Mueller Testify Before Congress

House Judiciary Committee Officially Requests Mueller Testify Before Congress

According to Business Insider, House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler sent a letter Thursday to former FBI Director and special counsel chief Robert Mueller requesting he testify before Congress.

Nadler made the request within minutes of the conclusion of Attorney General William Barr's press conference on Mueller's final report, signaling Democrats on Capitol Hill are not at all eager to put the special counsel investigation behind them.

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House Judiciary Committee Officially Requests Mueller Testify Before Congress

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