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Former FBI Executive Assistant Director Bob Anderson, who worked with Robert Mueller, and former U.S. attorney Greg Brower preview the Mueller testimony and what they expect Mueller to say tomorrow.
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Lawmakers At Mueller Hearing Should 'Ask Very Short Questions' | MTP Daily | MSNBC

32 Comments on "Lawmakers At Mueller Hearing Should ‘Ask Very Short Questions’ | MTP Daily | MSNBC"

  1. Denis Bailey | July 23, 2019 at 7:35 PM | Reply

    Don’t need Muller impeach trump and save America

    • The republicans control the senate, even if they do launch a impeachment inquiry, he won’t be removed. the senate will block it. That’s why the democrats are delaying, to get as much information to the public as possible so the public will judge the senate republicans.

    • Tessmage Tessera | July 23, 2019 at 9:31 PM | Reply

      @Coma White Correct.

  2. Trump admitted to obstruction of justice on national tv when he told Lester Holt that he fired Comey because he wouldn’t end the Russia investigation. So after the not so stable genius admitted to obstruction of justice, Trump’s minister of propaganda, Sarah Sanders, later tried to protect Trump from obstruction allegations by telling a blatant lie. During a press briefing, she offered a different rationale for Comey’s firing. She said that “countless members of the FBI” had contacted her to say they had lost confidence in Comey, the implication being that Trump was merely acting in response to the wishes of FBI rank-and-file when he decided to fire him.😂😄

    We now know from the Mueller report, that when the time came for Sanders to be interviewed under oath by investigators working for the special counsel, her story suddenly changed. She told the special counsel’s team that her comment about FBI agents contacting her to express concerns about Comey was actually a “slip of the tongue” that was not based on anything.

    We now know that Trump tried to get Sessions and McGahn to do a repeat of Nixon’s Saturday night massacre, and fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller. McGahn even threatened to quit because he said that Trump was trying to get him to do some Krazy 💩.

  3. A perfect example of what happens when Don the Con is under oath.
    In 2007, Trump sued reporter, Tim O’Brien and Warner Books for 5 billion dollars. In 2009, a judge dismissed Trump’s case against O’Brien. Trump appealed, but in 2011 that was denied, too. Trump accused O’Brien of being reckless and dishonest in a book that raised questions about Trump’s net worth. The reporter’s attorneys turned the tables on Trump, and brought Trump in for a deposition. During the deposition on Dec.19 and 20, 2007, Trump was caught lying at least 30 times.

    Trump had to acknowledge 30 times during that deposition that he had lied over the years about a wide range of issues: his ownership stake in a large Manhattan real estate development, the cost of a membership to one of his golf clubs, the size of the Trump Organization, his wealth, the rate for his speaking appearances, how many condos he had sold, the debt he owed, and whether he borrowed money from his family to stave off personal bankruptcy.”

    The lies Trump told were unstrategic, needless, highly specific, and easy to disprove. When he was caught lying, Trump sometimes blamed others for the error or explained that the untrue thing really was true,  at least in his mind. Trump’s lying deposition is now a part of the public record.

    This is a perfect example of why Trump’s lawyers never permitted Trump to be interviewed by Mueller. They know that Trump is morally and pathologically incapable of telling the truth, about anything.

  4. unravel him and vote him out, single him out and put him in trouble and leave the country in good hands

  5. Florian Held | July 23, 2019 at 8:06 PM | Reply

    Detrumpification will come.

  6. Enstigator Official | July 23, 2019 at 8:14 PM | Reply

    The Russian trolls will swoop in here soon, they are out in full force the day b4 the hearing, they get overtime pay/vodka at the troll farm tonite.

    • Enstigator Official
      I actually enjoy when the trolls come out in force. I explain to them that I am a “Hillary troll “and I get paid $100 every time they reply to me. I also tell them it is so lucrative that I have being able to give up my former job sewing hoods at the KKK factory. That shuts them up. 😀👍🇺🇸

    • Funny – what you consider a “Russian troll” is usually just a hard working , middle class union guy like myself who knows that open borders, free everything for illegals, legalizing infanticide and socialism are a threat to our nation.

    • And did you get your tinfoil hat and your meds

  7. This is Mueller’s chance to be that true Patriot. Guidance from DOJ.. really?

  8. All the Dems need to ask is…

    1. You found that there was insuffient evidence of Conspiracy by the president so you did not charge the president correct?
    Mueller’s Answer: Yes

    2. You did find “substantial” evidence of Obstruction of Justice by the president correct?
    Mueller’s Answer: Yes

    3. If you found substantial evidence of Obstruction of Justice by the president, WHY DID YOU NOT INDICT THE PRESIDENT?
    Mueller’s Answer will have to be: I was NOT ALLOWED to by the Department of Justice because of the OLC Opinion that prevents me from indicting a sitting president!

    Thats how they get Mueller to admit that Trump would have been charged if he was not president!! It is not rocket science! And that is IN THE REPORT, so Mueller CAN say that on live television for everyone to hear!

  9. okay, Mr. Mueller knows the Prez has been dumping on America since he got in.

  10. IT is the job of congress to Impeach, and it is the job of the Senate to vote YES to IMPEACH.

    • Billy Cole II | July 23, 2019 at 9:17 PM | Reply

      What party controls the Senate? LOL Not happening

    • Tessmage Tessera | July 23, 2019 at 9:33 PM | Reply

      @Billy Cole II And which party will LOSE the Senate in 2020..? It’s all over for the Republicans.

    • Billy Cole II | July 23, 2019 at 9:41 PM | Reply

      @Tessmage Tessera What the Dems going to run on, open borders, higher taxes, free medical for illegals, abortion…..don’t think so.

  11. Mr. Mueller did HIS job, and very well….The politions have to do theirs, if either party ever wants the respect of the American people again, no less the World.

  12. James Christianson | July 23, 2019 at 9:08 PM | Reply

    Wait till you see the Sedition charges against all these mainstream media fools!!!!!

  13. James Christianson | July 23, 2019 at 9:10 PM | Reply

    Anything beyond short questions will incriminate Muller.

  14. Barr waived DOJ policy preventing indictment of Donnie when he stated he expected Mueller to decide. Mueller can state to Congress what he thought he couldn’t in his report.

  15. Tessmage Tessera | July 23, 2019 at 9:41 PM | Reply

    *It’s going to be fun to see Trump’s approval rating plummet after Mueller’s testimony.*

  16. Another PMS LSD nothing Burger

  17. barry Powell | July 23, 2019 at 10:26 PM | Reply

    Republicans are united. Patriots have it all.

    • Histrionic delusion and sycophancy to an ultra corrupt clown moron? Knock yourselves out Trumpublucans. Cause that’s what you’re doing.

  18. With the exception of the hardcore politicos, nobody really cares anymore.

  19. Bro Sunshine | July 24, 2019 at 3:08 AM | Reply

    It was SOLELY Mueller’s decision to keep within the bounds of his report.
    Is Comey saying: “Like HRC ‘would already have been indicted’ ME..?”

  20. steve durrant | July 24, 2019 at 11:35 AM | Reply

    Ooh ooh ooh. Is it Meuller time? Again? For the third time?

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