Robert Mueller, Special investigator in the Russia affair of President Donald Trump, will testify before the congress. Mueller had agreed to testify at a public session of the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committee on July 17, Democratic Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, Jerry Nadler, said on Tuesday night on Twitter.
The Democrats wanted to persuade the special investigator for a long time to face the questions of the deputies.
Mueller consent was only after both committees had issued subpoenas – with which they can bring the special investigator under penalty threat to a statement.
Mueller had been investigating for nearly two years whether the election campaign camp of President Trump colluding with Russian officials on Moscow’s alleged involvement in the 2016 election campaign and whether Trump interfered with the judicial investigations.
Background of the investigation was the alleged interference of Moscow in the presidential campaign 2016th Trump, the investigation was a huge thorn in the eye.
At the end of March, Mueller had completed his work and Minister of Justice William submit a confidential report.
On March 24, Barr first presented a four-page summary. It was not until mid-April that he published a partially blackened version of the complete report.
Robert Mueller and his team had encountered numerous contacts between Trump’s campaign camp and representatives of Russia during the investigation.
However, they did not find evidence of a crime. On the question of whether Trump has obstructed the judiciary, Mueller made no decision, but provided evidence for and against.
On this basis, Barr concluded that the President should not be accused of criminal charges on this point either.
Earlier, US President Donald Trump said nothing would change after Mueller’s statement and the case was closed.
US investigator Robert Mueller announced his resignation from the US Justice Department after completing investigations into Russian interference in the US election.