Following a brief statement by Robert Mueller on Wednesday after the conclusion of the investigation in Russia, "Life, Liberty and Levin" host Mark Levin argued that the Special Representative should be called to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
On Wednesday, Mueller said that his report would serve as a testimony to the conclusions of his investigation, which did not reveal that President Trump could be freed from the obstruction of justice, but could not be charged. During an interview with "Fox & Friends" on Friday morning, Levin called on Senator Lindsey Graham to take Muller to the Senate Judiciary for further comment.
"The Republicans will have to force him to testify," Levin said.
"Lindsey … call [Mueller] before your board invite him wherever he retires, pull him back.
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"You can not drop bombs like this, throw Molotov cocktails, undermine a President and then go into the sunset." Complete Fraud " Levin questioned the Special Representative's statement that he was "not an option" for his commitment to prosecuting President Trump for restrictions on the Justice Department.
"Can you show me where you are in your report? Tell me, you probably have reason to sue an incumbent president, but you could not report him because of those memos?" Levin Müller asked.
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Trump's attorney and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani also called on Müller to testify after completing his investigation and explain how and when he finds out is that there is insufficient evidence that President Trump and his government have collaborated with Russian forces.