Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller will testify before the House Intelligence and Judiciary committees on Wednesday. Outside of the brief public statement he delivered in May, it will be the first time Mueller has appeared publicly since taking the helm of the investigation into the Trump campaign’s relationship with Russia, back in the spring of 2017. Though it’s unlikely Mueller will reveal any new information while sitting before Congress, the hearings could be a boon to Democrats seeking to raise awareness of the crimes they believe the president has committed. At the same time, the appearance could backfire if House Republicans are able to effectively muddy the waters regarding the investigation’s propriety.


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