July 23, 2019 | By Fox News
Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s highly-anticipated testimony on Capitol Hill on the findings of his report and whether President Trump committed obstruction during the investigation is the focus, so far, of the week, and the hearing will be the center of the news universe on Wednesday. It appears top Democrats have made up their minds before Mueller has even been sworn in. In an interview on ‘Fox News Sunday,” House Judiciary Chairman, Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., accused President Trump of committing “high crimes and misdemeanors” and said the president’s infractions meet the standard of impeachment.
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Host Chris Wallace asked Nadler what Democrats will do if Mueller’s testimony falls flat, and the House Judiciary chairman said he expects the hearing to have an impact on the electorate and plans to ask specific fact-finding questions to help enlighten the public. Nadler also said he isn’t worried about Republicans asking probing questions about the investigation’s origins via the Steele dossier, and claimed they’d only be wasting their time.
Though a resolution to introduce articles of impeachment against Trump was shot down last week, two House Democrats, Reps. Al Green of Texas and Steve Cohen of Tennessee have said they’re not giving up….
(Excerpted from Fox News.)