House Republicans are planning to take a measured approach when they get the chance to question former special counsel Robert Mueller.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller has agreed to appear before the House Judiciary and Intelligence panels to answer questions next week, and Republicans are ready to give him the grilling of his career. In an exclusive interview with One America’s John Hines, Judiciary Committee member Jim Jordan discussed the infamous Steele dossier and his strategy for Mueller’s upcoming appearance before Congress.
One America’s John Hines caught up with Rep. Jim Jordan (R) to discuss the upcoming Mueller testimony.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she will no longer address anything Attorney General William Barr has to say. She reportedly believes the attorney general lied to Congress, prompting her latest comments.
Republican lawmakers in the House say their chamber is less effective now than when it was under GOP control.
During the G20 summit, President Trump was asked by reporters whether he would confront Russian President Vladimir Putin about foreign interference in U.S. democracy. In hopes of finally putting the issue to rest, the president lightly addressed the issue face-to-face with the Russian leader, saying “don’t meddle in the election.”
The White House said it has no plans of blocking Robert Mueller from appearing on Capitol Hill for his highly-anticipated testimony.
President Trump recently responded to the newly announced hearing to special counsel Robert Mueller, saying “it never ends.”
Special counsel Robert Mueller is set to testify on Capitol Hill. The House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees issued subpoenas to the special counsel for his appearance. The two Democrat-led panels have been looking to question Mueller on his investigation, specifically when it comes to allegations of obstruction. Meanwhile, Republicans have questions themselves regarding the inception of the investigation. One America’s Alex Salvi’has more on what you can expect.