Former special counsel Robert Mueller spent hours answering questions for two House committees regarding the conclusion of his Russia probe.
Highlighted remarks from former special counsel Robert Mueller's opening statement to members of Congress during his testimony are provided in a short video.
During the first half of his testimony in front of a congressional committee, former special counsel Robert Mueller repeatedly defended his investigation and said the report did not exonerate President Donald Trump of obstruction.
President Donald Trump unleashed a flurry of tweets Wednesday morning before and during the first half of a hearing where former special counsel Robert Mueller testified before Congress over the Russia probe.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller began his testimony before Congress regarding his 448-page report into the Trump campaign and possible collusion with Russia.
The special counsel Robert Mueller's report had heavier redactions on the Russia probe than the obstruction case.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's report was released Thursday, highlighting moments where President Donald Trump tried to remove Mueller from the investigation and choke the Russia probe.