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Former Federal Prosecutors Call On Congress To Continue Mueller's Work

WorldNews Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Former Federal Prosecutors Call On Congress To Continue Mueller's WorkTwo former federal prosecutors Barbara McQuade and Joyce Vance wrote a new report for NBC News on Tueday which emphasized even though Special Counsel Robert Mueller concluded his Russia investigation, there is still work for Congress to pick up, according to AlterNet. House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff said he still plans to call on Mueller to publicly testify about his investigation into Russian intereference during the 2016 presidential election. “Time is running out,” Schiff said Tuesday on CNN’s “New Day.” “With someone like Bob Mueller, making an appeal to his patriotism and a sense of duty is the right way to go.” Schiff said August would be too late for a public appearance and...
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