He was, arguably, the most anticipated witness in years.
Following a two year investigation, former U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller appeared before members of Congress – answering questions and defending the conclusions in his 448 page report.
- Amy Holmes is a political commentator and columnist for the Swiss weekly –“Die Weltwoche.”
- Eleanor Clift covers U.S. politics as a columnist for the Daily Beast.
- Aaron Maté is a contributing writer for The Nation magazine and host of the new program — “Pushback with Aaron Maté.”
- Nathan King is CGTN’s White House correspondent.
Trump was not exonerated by my report, Robert Mueller tells Congress https://t.co/UzNx1XZEhA
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) July 24, 2019
Robert Mueller explained why his office did not subpoena the president for an interview: "[Trump] would fight it and we would be in the midst of the investigation for a substantial period of time." https://t.co/mNnpI0r1dj
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) July 24, 2019
When asked whether Russia would likely attempt to interfere in future U.S. elections, Robert Mueller replied: "They're doing it as we sit here."https://t.co/053nkFn0yU
— NPR (@NPR) July 24, 2019