When Mueller hears the testimony of Mueller’s friend

By Sarah S. Goodman and Avi Shlaim in Jerusalem, March 3, 2020 13:07:00US prosecutors will ask Judge Neil Gorsuch to allow them to interview witnesses in a probe into possible collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russian agents.

The Trump administration’s move to allow Mueller to interview a key witness in a Russia-linked probe into Trump’s former campaign and former national security adviser Michael Flynn has angered some members of Congress, including Republican Senator Bob Corker, who has said he will oppose the request.

On Friday, Mueller will hold a closed-door hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

He is expected to deliver testimony in front of an audience that includes several former Trump administration officials, including former CIA Director Michael Morell, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates.

During the hearing, Mueller’s team plans to ask questions about whether the former Trump officials should be allowed to speak publicly about their conversations with the Russians.

The White House said that during the presidential campaign, Trump and his aides discussed Russian sanctions on Russia and Flynn’s calls with the Russian ambassador to the US.

It is unclear if the Trump administration plans to make the hearing public.

The hearing will be open to the public, but will be closed to the press.

In a statement on Friday, the White House acknowledged that it was a mistake to fire Mueller and said he was fired because he failed to follow proper procedures.

But the statement said Mueller would be allowed by the administration to speak about his testimony in private.

On Thursday, Trump said Mueller should not be allowed testify before the House Intelligence Committee as he has been blocked from doing so by Senate rules.

“The rule is to keep it as far away from the cameras as possible, because if it gets out, it could hurt him,” Trump said in a televised interview with Fox News.

Mueller, a former federal prosecutor, is conducting a wide-ranging investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

He will reportedly look into whether there was collusion between Trump’s team and Russian operatives.

Mateusz Miciak, a professor of constitutional law at Georgetown University, told The Associated Press on Friday that the president should not allow Mueller’s testimony.

“It’s just a terrible decision for the president,” Miciak said.

“I think Mueller is a good person, he is an expert, he’s very thorough.

I just don’t think that he can come before the committee and give testimony on a broad range of issues, including the Russian interference, which the president seems to be obsessed with, and then not have the ability to go to his lawyer and say, ‘I’m sorry I can’t answer these questions.'””

The Trump White House seems to believe that they have the right to fire an investigator, but that’s not the way it works in the United States Constitution,” Micak added.

Miciak also said that the public is unlikely to see Mueller’s public testimony, which will take place in the first week of March, until a week before the March 25 congressional recess.

The Washington Post reported that Trump is considering having Flynn testify before Congress on Monday in a closed session, the same day as the committee hearing.

A statement from the House Judiciary Committee said that it had asked for a briefing with counsel to determine if Mueller’s staff has any further objections to the witness’ participation in the hearing.

The Judiciary Committee’s statement did not say whether Mueller will be allowed access to any documents related to the Russia investigation, but said that any documents that are not relevant to the inquiry should be withheld.

Meyiak said he thinks the committee will find it hard to get the testimony before Congress.

“There are many reasons why the committee would want to question Mueller, but it’s hard to imagine that they’d be able to get him,” he said.

“This would be a huge mistake for the Trump White Houses because this testimony would be so incriminating, the administration could have very strong leverage to get it to the committee,” Micik added.

“Trump’s allies would have a lot of leverage in the coming days and weeks to try to push Mueller out of the room.”

The Judiciary committee, which has jurisdiction over matters of the executive branch, said it plans to issue subpoenas for records related to Mueller’s investigation.

Mueller hearing: Mueller testimony sparks ‘new wave’ of dissent

A former Justice Department official is speaking out after Mueller testified in his first public appearance since his firing in May.

Mueller, who was fired by President Donald Trump in May, said he had received a request from the Senate Judiciary Committee that he testify.

Muller said the Judiciary Committee requested his testimony because it wanted to review evidence relating to possible obstruction of justice related to his actions in the 2016 election.

Mulcahy’s testimony came a day after President Donald J. Trump, Jr., testified that he didn’t believe that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn had lied to the FBI about his contact with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 presidential campaign.

“The FBI and the Department of Justice have conducted their investigations thoroughly,” Mueller said in a statement.

“As a result, I cannot speak to the details of any case or individual’s interactions with the Russians, but I do have a duty to defend the integrity of the FBI and Department of the Justice and to provide the American people with a fair, thorough, and impartial hearing.”

Mullers testimony came the day after Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in an interview that he wouldn’t recuse himself from the Russia probe if Trump had asked him to do so.

Sessions has faced growing pressure to recuse over his meeting with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in December.

Trump has denied any wrongdoing.

Saying the Senate investigation into his meetings with the Russian ambassador, Sessions, then-Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) and other Democrats urged Mueller to take more time to answer questions about his meetings.

Mueller said he was not obligated to recede from the probe, but that he would take the time to examine the material and the witnesses.

Mouthing off during a news conference on Tuesday, Mueller said his office had not yet found any evidence of criminal conduct by Trump.

But he did say there had been an effort to obstruct justice.

“It’s been clear that the president and his administration were trying to obstruct the investigation, that they tried to impede and impede,” Mueller testified.

“They have repeatedly said that this investigation was a witch hunt.

They have said that I am a political hack.

They said that there was an effort by Democrats and the media to destroy me and my family and my reputation.

And that this is all a conspiracy.”

Mueller said he would cooperate with the Senate probe and said he “was not a partisan lawyer.”

“The truth will come out and the truth will set the record straight,” Mueller added.

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