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Democrat Speaker Nancy Pelosi released a six-page report to all House Democrats on Tuesday in preparation for the testimony on Wednesday of Special Counsel Robert Mueller in front of the House Judiciary Committee.
Reporter Samantha Jo Roth tweeted out the report on Tuesday.
originally posted by: fredrodgers1960
So, just curious, who was in charge during the election? And then, who should have made sure that NO ONE interfered in the election?
The republicans are going to BURY Mueller and the Dems, this is the absolute worst thing that the Dems could have possibly done, but, they simply can't see how it will end, all they care about is the passion of the moment.
To quote Yoda, "Bad, this will be for them. Know this yet, they do not".
MARTIN: Well what stood out to you?
BOWDEN: The venality of Donald Trump, someone who has a very fluid relationship with the truth and who seemed to have no sense of his larger responsibility as president of the United States. So just the constant efforts to mislead, to deceive and to undercut what was, I think, a legitimate Justice Department investigation.
MARTIN: Is there a scene that brings this home to you? Is there something in the report that you remember writing it and thinking, yeah, this is - this kind of encapsulates what this is about?
BOWDEN: You know, there's a scene where I think it was The New York Times reported the exchange of emails that Donald Trump Jr. had prior to a meeting with some Russian agents at Trump Tower during the campaign. And they had promised to deliver dirt on Hillary Clinton, and Jr. replied that, you know, that sounded - he loves it. You know, he can't wait to do it. Well, this, you know, was something that when that story broke, the White House started to react to.
And I think Hope Hicks, who was then the communications director for the president, drafted a fairly mild-but-reasonably-accurate comment about it which the president took and just basically made into a lie. And so they added a word that sort of softened. But it illustrated for me the reflex to tell an untruth and to mislead the public.
originally posted by: grey580
a reply to: shawmanfromny
For those of you that haven't really wanted to break down and read the Mueller report. Please take a look at this.
We hired the author of 'Black Hawk Down' and an illustrator from 'Archer' to adapt the Mueller report so you'll actually read it
It's worth the read so you can get a better understanding of what Mueller found in his investigation.