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My impression of Mueller was that he didn't want to be there he didn't want to be involved in the left-right political BS. He seemed kind of pissed that everyone was ignoring the implications of Russian interference...
they never mention what exactly hes suffering from but seems it was a known thing before so kind of odd the democrats wanted him to have to testify in his condition what ever it may be
“There were some House Republicans in our prep sessions patting themselves on the back about that and feeling optimistic about assertions he might not be all there,” the Florida Republican told The Washington Times. He said he hadn’t believed those colleagues and had warned to expect a razor-sharp Mueller, but “it turned out the rumors we’ve been hearing about his condition seemed accurate.” “I told my colleagues to expect him to be like a wolverine and they better know every chapter and verse and citation for every question,” he said. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, who wasn’t part of the questioning of Mr. Mueller, nonetheless said he was aware of Mr. Mueller’s frailty ahead of the hearing. “I know he’s in a weakened condition,” the South Carolina Republican told The Times. He said the Democrats never should have pressured Mr. Mueller to testify, given “his condition.” “He’s an American patriot. He was wounded in Vietnam. He served as FBI director after 9/11. I am very upset that [Democrats] would put him in that spot. It was clear to me based on common friends that he’s in a weakened condition and what happened was really over the top,” Mr. Graham said. Many Democrats had hoped Mr. Mueller would seal the case for impeachment against President Trump with commercial-ready sound bytes about corruption and obstruction of justice. Instead the former FBI director and prosecutor stumbled over his lines, seemed unfamiliar with his own 448-page report and repeatedly had to be guided by his questioners.