This is done to give legislators more time for questions.
Two committees of the House of Representatives decided to postpone the testimony of former special Prosecutor Robert Mueller for a week. This is done to give legislators more time to ask Mueller questions.
He’ll testify on July 24. First Mueller will testify for three hours to the Legal Committee, and then he will testify to the Intelligence Committee. The hearings will be held in open mode.
Robert Mueller led the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. In April, the investigation was completed, and the results were handed over to the Ministry of justice. The investigation found no evidence of cooperation between the election headquarters of Donald Trump and Russia. The question of whether the US President obstructed justice was left unanswered.