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Most Americans Think Robert Mueller Should Testify Before Congress

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Most Americans Think Robert Mueller Should Testify Before Congress

Most Americans Think Robert Mueller Should Testify Before Congress

According to Business Insider, polling suggests Americans want Robert Mueller to testify before congress.

A recent survey from Morning Consult and Politico found that 56% of voters want to hear from Mueller directly.

So what's standing in the way of Mueller testifying?

President Donald Trump has explicitly said he should not.

Other top Republicans have dismissed the idea of hearing from Mueller, including Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham.

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