President Trump blew up Tuesday the decision of the House Judiciary Committee to be accompanied by Robert Muller's best adviser for investigating Russia's testimony before House legislators on Wednesday.
Mueller, who will testify at least two hours in front of the House Judiciary Committee and another two hours in front of the House's intelligence committee, told Aaron Zebley to be his former chief of staff and top adjutant at the Russia investigation table during the testimony , Fox News is told that the Intelligence Committee will swear before its hearing in Zebley.
Trump mocked the decision as "unfair" and as "shame on our system".
tomorrow with his testimony before Congress, "tweeted Trump. "What a shame for our system. Never heard of it. VERY INVALID, SHOULD NOT BE APPROVED. A manipulated witch hunt! "
A source near Mueller told Fox News," Aaron Zebley was the deputy special adviser and had daily control of the office's investigation. He will discuss the special adviser Mueller for the hearings on Wednesday, as with the committees more than a week ago. "
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against the short-term change, calling it an" obvious stunt "of the Democrats Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., The judiciary's top Republican, said the move "shows how far democrats are going to protect a biased narrative from a thorough review by republicans of the committee."
Muller has this The Department of Justice also sent him a letter asking him to keep his testimony "within the bounds" of the public version of the March 2001 Mueller Report, Attorney General William Barr told Fox News.
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Already in May, Mueller signaled his lack of interest in a statement.
There was a discussion about an appearance before Congress. Any testimony of this office would not go beyond our report, "said Müller. "It contains our findings and analysis as well as the reasons for the decisions we make. We carefully selected these words and the work speaks for itself.
Jake Gibson and Chad Pergram of Fox News contributed to this report.