GRAHAM: Dems will SORELY Regret Mueller Testimony: ‘This Will Blow Up in Their Faces’

posted by Hannity Staff - 6.26.19

Former special counsel Robert Mueller has agreed to testify before Congress after being subpoenaed by both the House Judiciary and House Intelligence committees.

The subpoenas were issued Tuesday night for Mueller to appear at an open session on July 17th.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, appeared on “Hannity” to say the Democrats’ stunt will “blow up in their face.”

Sen. Graham: Mueller testifying will blow up in House Democrats' faces

Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham reacts to Robert Mueller agreeing to testify before Congress.

Posted by Sean Hannity on Wednesday, June 26, 2019

The senator also envisioned some of the questions Mueller will likely be asked — by Republicans, of course.

“Bottom line is, after all of your looking and all the time you had and all the money you spent, did Trump collude with the Russians? No – Do you stand by your report? – Yes,” Graham said.

“It is ‘case-closed’ for me,” he added, making it clear that there’ll be no dog and pony in the Senate. “They can do anything they want to in the House, and I think it will blow up in their face.”

Sean discussed other potential questions for Mueller, for instance, “How do you justify hiring Hillary Clinton’s attorney and hiring only Democrat attorneys?”

“It will blow up in their face. This will blow up in their face,” Graham repeated. “The conclusions can’t change, there is no collusion, that’s what the whole thing was about, to begin with.”

As for alleged obstruction, Graham noted that Trump gave 1.4 million documents to Mueller and let former White House counsel Don McGahn to testified for 30 hours.

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