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House Judiciary says that Trump is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanours


According to Robert Mueller’s report, President Trump has made some serious high crimes and has spent his time in prison. The report was conveyed by the House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler on Sunday saying that Muller has shown “very substantial evidence” regarding President Trump’s actions which were offensive enough to put him into prison. Nadler conveyed on Fox News Sunday, “We have to … let Mueller present those facts to the American people, and then see where we go from there because the administration must be held accountable.”

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On July 24, Muller is going to stand in front of the Congress and is going to testify regarding the investigation he conducted for two long years about the Russian invaders during the 2016 presidential elections. The testification is scheduled after the subpoena issued by the House Democrats.

If you are still wondering who is Robert Muller, then here is your catch! Robert Muller is the ex-director of FBI and he has also served the Department of Justice as the counsel. More than 80 House Democrats have asked for the hearing of the inquiry conducted regarding President’s investigation and if the testification goes according to the desire, it will give a chance to the party to decide the continuation of the further proceedings. Some of the Democrats are still in doubt whether the inquiry should be conducted or not.

The process of the proceeding is way lengthy and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Nadler are denying under pressure for opening a door for the inquiry. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said Sunday that Muller’s report is 448-pages long and most of the Americans who are giving their views and points have not even read the report.

Schiff said on CBS “Face The Nation” that the report contains “a pretty damning set of facts,” and said, “Who better to bring them to life than the man who did the investigation himself.”