House Democrat walks back comments about Mueller testimony date

House Democrat walks back comments about Mueller testimony date

A member of the House Judiciary Committee walked back comments made Sunday that a ’tentative date’ of May 15 has been reached for special counsel Mueller to testify before the panel. ’We are aiming to bring Mueller in on the 15th, but nothing has been agreed to yet’, Rep. David Cicilline clarified on Twitter. Separately, President Trump took to Twitter saying Mueller should not testify.

Simone
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Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 8 months

Come on Mueller sit down and go at it, afterall what's the worst that can happen? Join the illustrious ranks of Comey, Strzok, Cohen!

Tatiana Whittaker
Tatiana Whittaker 8 months

Shumer needs to shut the hell up. Two plus years and almost thirty million dollars and no evidence of collusion. The Democrats are the best campaign manager Trump could ever have.

consistency
consistency 8 months

let him appear. if he concurs with Barr, trump will be a shoo in 2020. assuming the 16 investigations are all bs like they think this one is.

PhilNye
PhilNye 8 months

Lololol gotta love Trumps desperate attempts to “exonerate” himself by repeatedly calling for people not to talk. What is he afraid of I wonder?

Ricky Spanish (Deathmetalguy95)
Ricky Spanish (Deathmetalguy95) 8 months

Let him testify and hopefully put a pin in this once and for all.

Michael Tatom
Michael Tatom 8 months

I can’t wait. Trump 2020!

consistency
consistency 8 months

with Donald Trump, nothing is certain. now he wants another 2 years of executive immunity added to his crooked election.

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