WASHINGTON — When former special counsel testifies on Wednesday, many House hope it will be the moment of reckoning they expected from the initial report itself.
When Mueller first dropped his report in April, it didn’t have the type of impact Democrats wanted. It didn’t do much to . And supporters of President who heard Mueller speak .
Much of that is because Attorney General William Barr had for Trump, creating a narrative that the report had been overblown all along with the mantra of “no collusion, no obstruction.” But it’s also because Mueller himself has refused to tell lawmakers how to do their job.
Instead of saying the president committed crimes and should be impeached, Mueller’s report suggested