Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller will testify publicly about his recently completed Russia probe on July 17 after receiving subpoenas from the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees.
Mueller, who said during his only public appearance regarding his much-anticipated report last May that he didn’t want to testify before Congress, will face questions from both committees during separate hearings.
Despite Mueller’s reluctance, lawmakers have contended his testimony is key to understanding the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and any collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives as well as obstruction of justice.
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