It’s Finally Mueller Time

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Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller is sworn in before testifying at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on the Office of Special Counsel's investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election" on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., July 24, 2019. Photo credit: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

At long last, members of the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees got to question special counsel Robert Mueller about his investigation of President Trump and Russian interference in the 2016 election. Special guest former prosecutor Renato Mariott spoke with host Josh Barro about whether the little that Mueller said was noteworthy. Mariotti says Mueller was trying to be very careful with his words because he did not want to say something that could become a soundbite. One thing Mueller did talk about was why he did not subpoena President Trump during the investigation. And in spite of the statute of limitations on certain crimes, Mueller did leave the door open for a possible indictment once Trump leaves office.



Rebecca Mooney