Former South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy warned people that they shouldn’t expect much from Mueller’s testimony next week.
During an interview yesterday, Trey Gowdy discouraged hype on the Right for what he might say about the Russia investigation.
“I think what he is going to say on that, and John Ratcliffe and I were discussing it over the weekend. I think what he’s going to say, ‘That is not what Rod Rosenstein asked me to do. I did what the acting DOJ asked me to do, which is look at — go back to Rod’s memo. What did Russia do in 2016? And then a specific reference to the Trump campaign,'” Gowdy said on Fox News
“I think that is Mueller’s out,” he added. “His out on when did you know there was no collusion is going to be when we interviewed the last witness. So Mueller does not want to come. He does not want to come because he’s not going to deviate from his report.“
Mueller’s report, which was made public back in April, showed that his team couldn’t find a collusion between Trump campaign and the Russian government. However, Mueller left open the question of possible obstruction of justice.
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