The White House threatened to fire Mueller when he started looking into Trump's finances, but former lead prosecutor Andrew Weissmann said they should have risked being fired and followed the money.
The Mueller report revealed Lewandowski knew what he was doing was wrong regarding helping Trump obstruct justice.
Despite the narrative that Mueller's hearing will doom any impeachment efforts, Maddow pointed out that just the opposite seems to be true a day later.
Robert Mueller admitted that he intentionally made it clear that his report did not exonerate Trump.
Republicans tried to get Mueller to say that Trump didn't criminally conspire with Russia, but he refused to make that statement.
Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) lied and said Mueller found no collusion. The former special counsel immediately knocked down his lie.
The Democratic lawmaker said the committee he sits on will take Mueller's testimony as an opportunity to expose the president's crimes.
Democrats are hoping that Mueller’s testimony on Wednesday will show us all the ways you can say there was “collusion” and there was obstruction.
In reality, there was evidence to show that Donald Trump’s campaign conspired with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election. Since then, Donald Trump has done everything imaginable and beyond that to obstruct the facts.
While speaking to reporters, Trump tried to preemptively discredit Robert Mueller before the special counsel testifies on Wednesday.
Robert Mueller's testimony was delayed for a week until July 24, because Democrats are negotiating for an extra hour to question the former special counsel.
Trump's lawyer Jay Sekulow said that the president will not block Robert Mueller from testifying before two House committees.
House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) sounded ready and prepared as he expects Attorney General Barr to interfere with Mueller's testimony.
House Judiciary Committee chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) said that he would subpoena Robert Mueller to testify way before the end of summer.
Within the first few minutes of his opening statement, John Dean showed us he was ready and able to wipe out the Republican Kiddie Caucus.
Democrats have won a major victory as Attorney General William Barr has agreed to turn over Mueller's evidence on Trump obstruction of justice.
Former GOP Rep. David Jolly said that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should deliver a primetime address to the nation making the case for impeachment.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said that he would like Mueller to voluntarily testify, but he will subpoena the former special counsel if he refuses.
Barr is free to take a job with Fox News, but his conduct and rhetoric show that he has no business being the attorney general.
If Mueller does testify before Congress, he should follow Barr's new policy and tell lawmakers which crimes he believes Trump may have committed.
A woman at Rep. Justin Amash's recent town hall was confused because she votes Republican listens to conservative news and she had never heard anything about the Mueller report not exonerating Trump.