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The tense negotiations over whether Robert Mueller can testify before Congress, explained

The tense negotiations over whether Robert Mueller can testify before Congress, explained

Bob Mueller

An escalating subpoena war between the executive and  legislative branches has Democrats fearful that the Trump administration  may try to prevent special counsel Robert Mueller from testifying in  front of Congress.

Mueller tentatively agreed to a May 15 hearing date at  the invitation of the House Judiciary Committee — and for the past few  weeks, Attorney General William Barr has said publicly he has no  objection. But in recent days, President Donald Trump has gone from  saying it’s up to Barr to decide to declaring via tweet that “Bob Mueller should not testify.”

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