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Behind the scenes, preparations are intensifying for both Democrats and Republicans.
Democrats on the Intelligence Committee and Republicans on the Judiciary Committee have already held separate mock hearings with senior aides playing Mueller, to help sharpen their questions ahead of Wednesday's back-to-back public hearings before the Judiciary and Intelligence Committees.
Lawmakers are re-reading the Mueller report and watching his past congressional appearances, while committee staff are working to divide up the questions for lawmakers in a way that will be logical to millions of television viewers unlikely to have read the 448-page Mueller report.
The Judiciary Committee, which will go first next week, will tackle volume two of the Mueller report on obstruction, while the House Intelligence Committee will follow with questions on Russian election interference detailed in volume one of the report.
"I've been involved in 100 hearings, and we've never prepared for one the way we have prepared for this one," said one Judiciary Committee aide.
originally posted by: projectvxn
I want this to stop so we can actually do something about the problems Americans are facing.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: xuenchen
It will be like the old days of 2017/2018. Media and their pet commentators foaming at the mouth...and ZERO power to actually do anything. Same applies to House/Senate Democrats.
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), a staunch White House ally and member of the House Judiciary Committee, predicted former special counsel Robert Mueller’s House testimony next week could be a political boon to the president.
“We are going to re-elect the president,” Gaetz told The New York Times when asked about his goal for Wednesday’s hearing in front of the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees.