UPDATED 6:06 AM PT — Thursday, May 9, 2019
Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee are calling on chairman Lindsey Graham to bring Robert Mueller in for a hearing.
In a letter sent to Graham Wednesday, Senator Dianne Feinstein said there are 60 unanswered questions related to Mueller’s investigation that she and other Democrats would like to grill him about. Previously, however, Graham said he would not be bringing Mueller in for a hearing.
There are many unanswered questions that remain about the Mueller report related to both Russian interference and obstruction of justice. That’s why we’re renewing our call for a hearing with Special Counsel Robert Mueller before the Senate Judiciary Committee. pic.twitter.com/1DaIYgG0qc
— Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) May 8, 2019
“Why not call for Muller to testify?” a reported asked Graham.
“Because I’m not going to do anymore, enough already, it’s over,” he replied sternly. “If there is any dispute about a conversation then he’ll come, but I’m not going to retry the case…it is over.”
The House Judiciary Committee has set a tentative date for Mueller to testify before their committee on May 15th, but these plans have not yet been finalized.