One of the reasons House Democrats asked former special counsel Robert Mueller to testify before Congress on Wednesday was to present his finding to the American people in a format other than a dense, 448-page report. No member of Congress was able to accomplish this more effectively than House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.).

Though the Mueller report contains plenty of damning information regarding the Trump campaign’s relationship to Russia, most of that information has been revealed through piecemeal reports over a three-year period. Since the investigation began, Schiff has been a fixture on cable news programs, warning Americans of the severity of what these reports — and, ultimately, what Mueller’s report — indicated about the campaign’s complicity in one of the greatest

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