Now, Pelosi is compiling HER's six page & # 39; s Mueller report summary full of harmful information
Now, Pelosi is drafting HER six page & # 39; s Mueller report summary full of malicious information, as the Judge pledges that Wednesday's hearing will & # 39; break through the President's lies & # 39;
- House speaker Nancy Pelosi issued a memo summarizing the findings of the Mueller report that are harmful to the president
- It is part of a message campaign to take advantage of Wednesday's blockbuster
- Mueller appears before the committees of the judiciary and the intelligence service
- Judge President Nadler promises to pursue Don McGahn and Hope Hicks for public testimonies
- Memo notes Russia's & # 39; radical and systemic & # 39; election interference on
- & # 39; If we could trust that the President clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said that & # 39;
Kick-off spinning wars over Robert Mueller's blockbuster Wednesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has produced her own six-page summary of the Special Counsel's report.
Democrats continue to smoke over the 4-page summary of Attorney General Barr, who, according to them, started a false story that the Mueller report indemnifies the president – and intend to pin Mueller to the conclusions of the report on dozens of contacts between Trump employees and Russians and 10 instances of potential obstruction.
Pelosi, who is wary of a Twitter-sensitive president and a witness who wants to stick to the limits of his report amid a limiting claim of privilege by the White House, outsmarted her memo & # 39 Exposing and Combating President Trump & # 39; s Crimes, Corruption and Cover-Up. & # 39;
Pelosi, who urged colleagues not to jump to accuse the president, writes that Mueller & # 39; has discovered the truth behind one of the most serious attacks on our democracy in our history & # 39; conclusions on Russian election interference.
House speaker Nancy Pelosi issued a memo summarizing the findings of the Mueller report that are harmful to the president
She claims that the Trump government has been dealing with unparalleled abuse of power and corruption while hiding the truth from the American public.
& # 39; In at least ten cases, President Trump has asked his staff to lie or falsify documents to obstruct the Mueller investigation and to obscure the truth of Trump & # 39; s actions, & quot; Pelosi's note, referring to the Mueller reports on possible cases of obstruction.
& # 39; President Trump has witnessed tampering and abuse of his grace to discourage Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn, and others from collaborating with the Mueller investigation, & she writes.
Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller testifies on Wednesday
Democrats claim that the Trump government set the story for the report in the period they had it, but before its release
Mueller did not accuse Trump of a crime, pointing to internal guidelines that protect a current president from being charged. Barr and former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein decided not to sue Trump shortly after the release of the report.
The note also takes on President Trump's statement that the report & # 39; total exemption & # 39; from him.
She emphasizes a quote from Mueller that: & # 39; If we could trust that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so.
House speaker Nancy Pelosi wrote a summary of the Mueller report entitled & # 39; Exposing the Truth & # 39;
The summary cites the & # 39; crimes & # 39; and & # 39; corruption & # 39; from Trump
It quotes Mueller to refute Trump's claim for exemption
The Judicial Committee wants to force former White House communications director Hope Hicks to testify in public, said Chairman Jerry Nadler
Democrats plan to focus on statements by former White House counselor, Don McGahn
While Democrats are rolling out their PR plan, Judge Chairman Rep. Jerold Nadler from New York to CNN: & # 39; Our goal is to break through the lies of the president and the attorney general and say that the report found that there was no collusion, there was no obstruction, and the president acquitted. & # 39;
He also promised after Mueller seems to be trying to force public testimony from former White House counselor, Don McGahn, and White House communications director, Hope Hicks.
& # 39; People can see the testimony of these people and form judgments, & # 39; he said.
Some Democrats prepare for a possible disappointment if Mueller keeps the answers from his report short and little new information comes to light.
The Ministry of Justice warned Mueller in a Monday letter that his testimony must remain within the limits of the public report. & # 39; As you testify, the department understands that testimonies related to the work of the Special Counsel's office will be governed by the conditions you outlined on May 29, & # 39; said it, referring to a comment that the report is & # 39; my testimony & & # 39 ;. & # 39;
A senior Justice Department official said edited parts should not be disclosed & # 39; and advised him to & # 39; unloaded third parties & # 39; not to discuss. It also cites executive privilege for matters outside the public report.
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