Dozens of journalists invoked a classic snobby line of attempted high-brow crticism, comparing former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's "unexciting" Wednesday testimony to a book that's better than the movie.
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"#Christmas planning has begun in the East Wing at the @WhiteHouse," the first lady tweeted several hours into Mueller's testimony
Matt Gaetz challenged former Special Counsel Robert Mueller Wednesday, demanding he answer whether former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele.
Jim Jordan maintained that he was never informed of any abuse, saying in a statement that he "never saw any abuse, never heard about any abuse, and never had any abuse reported to him during his time as a coach at Ohio State."
"He has seemed very uncertain with his brief," Chris Wallace said. "He doesn't know – seem to know things that are in the report."
"So while the Russians were buying ads and creating propaganda to influence the outcome of the election, they were armed with inside information," Lofgren said Wednesday.
"Is it true that you and your team advised the president's lawyer that 'an interview with the president is vital to our investigation?'" Nadler asked Mueller.
A fired up Rudy Giuliani railed against Robert Mueller prior to his testimony before Congress Wednesday, describing him as a bumbling "idiot" and even performing a Frankenstein-like impression of the Trump investigation leader.
The former special counsel reiterated that longstanding legal opinion by the Justice Department prohibits the indictment of sitting presidents.
According to a poll from the Pew Research Center, 60 percent of Republican respondents believe Mueller conducted a fair investigation.
Robert Mueller appeared before Congress on Wednesday to testify about the probe and his 448-page report detailing the key findings of the investigation.
"Mueller has enormous power here to move the perception of Americans," Carl Bernstein said.
Here's all you need to know about special counsel Robert Mueller's testimony in front of Congress today,
Mueller will appear before the House Judiciary Committee for three hours and before the House Intelligence Committee for two hours.
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Democrats have said that the simple act of having the former special counsel testify publicly could be the tipping point for many of their colleagues in supporting an impeachment inquiry.
"Mueller himself has said that his report is his testimony," Conway said. "That ought to be respected and that ought to be accepted."
Ahead of special counsel Robert Mueller's testimony, a poll also found college students would support Democrats investigating Trump.
Robert Mueller will testify in back-to-back hearings on Wednesday about his two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
California Democratic congressman Adam Schiff said President Donald Trump believes "racism is a good political strategy" to rile up Republican voters heading into 2020.
The hearing with the former special counsel was originally slated for Wednesday but has been pushed back by one week until July 24.
The nation's top law enforcement official on Monday suggested that the former special counsel did not need to comply with a congressional subpoena.
Putin said it was "not possible" for Mueller to find evidence of collusion "because it simply did not exist."
Robert Mueller's testimony will offer Democrats the first chance since the release of his report to directly question the former special counsel.
"He's like the King of England on this," Brian Kilmeade continued
Special counsel Robert Mueller was issued with subpoenas to appear before Congress on July 17 by the House judiciary and intelligence committees.