House Intelligence Committee to hold first hearing on Mueller report

Muller’s investigation

The House Intelligence Committee is to hold the first public hearing on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s  report on Wednesday.

Patrick Boland, a committee spokesman, said that “as part of this series of hearings and testimony, the Committee plans to speak with fact witnesses, national security experts, and others connected to the Special Counsel’s investigation to elucidate the issues and findings in the first volume of the report.”

Adam Schiff, Committee Chairman, said that that main goal of the hearings is “to explain to the American people the serious counterintelligence concerns raised by the Mueller, examine the depth and breadth of the unethical and unpatriotic conduct it describes, and produce prescriptive remedies to ensure that this never happens again. That is a tall task, but it begins with a detailed focus on the facts laid out in the Special Counsel’s report.”

Mueller report on his 22-month investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election “did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign coordinated with the Russian government.” Yet, Democrats, including Schiff, are concerned about counterintelligence reports, regularly provided by the FBI agents and mentioned, but not fully covered, in the report.


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