On Tuesday, President Trump busted a decision by the Justice Committee that he was accompanied by a former special adviser to Robert Mueller in connection with the investigation in Russia during his testimony before lawmakers on Wednesday.
Mueller, who will be publicly debating before the Parliamentary Justice Committee for two hours before the parliamentary committee for justice and for another two hours in the House Intelligence Committee, has demanded that Aaron Zebley, his former chief of staff and the top assistant of the Russian investigation, be testified during the testimony. . Fox News said that the Intelligence Committee will swear to Zebley before Zebley.
Trump concluded that the decision was "unfair" and "a shame for our system."
"I just heard back for a last-minute change that allowed lawyer Never Trumper to help Robert Mueller in his testimony before the Congress tomorrow," Trump said. "What a shame for our system. I've never heard of it before. VERY IMPROVED, YOU CAN NOT BE PERMITTED. Equipped witch hunting! "
A source close to Mueller told Fox News: "Aaron Zebley was the deputy special advisor and had day-to-day supervision of the Office-run investigations. He will accompany Special Adviser Mueller for Wednesday's hearings, discussed with committees more than a week ago. "
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The Republicans opposed the last-minute amendment called by the Democrats. Rep. Doug Collins, the best Republican judge in R-Ga., Said that the move "shows how the Democrats will go in order to protect the unilateral narrative from a thorough review by the republicans in the committees."
Mueller also demanded that the Justice Ministry send him a letter telling him that his testimony, "within the limits" of the public version of Mueller's report published in March, was made by Advocate General William Barr for Fox News.
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In May, Mueller drew attention to his lack of interest in testifying.
"Before the congress, there was a discussion about the performance. Any testimony from this office will not exceed our report, "said Mueller. "It contains our findings and analyzes and the reasons for the decisions we have taken. We chose these words carefully and the work speaks for itself. "
Fox News "Jake Gibson and Chad Pergram contributed to this report.