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Opinion Column by John Semmens
Mueller Testimony Delayed
It looks like Special counsel Robert Mueller's testimony before Congress will not take place on July 17 as originally planned. House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) is trying to get Mueller to appear before his committee on July 24.
Nadler explained that "we were able to reach a bipartisan agreement with the Republicans on the questioning protocol, but Mueller balked at the use of water-boarding, contending that 'it is inappropriate to employ this harsh technique to a person of my stature.' My feeling is that any 'stature' he may have had at one time was canceled out by his investigation's failure to recommend an indictment of President Trump."
Ranking Committee member Rep. Doug Collins (R-Georgia) cited "Mueller's prior abuses in the Whitey Bulger case, where he withheld exculpatory evidence that resulted in four innocent men languishing in prison, is sufficient justification for the Committee to tr
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