The US Congress is investigating the possible perjury of Trump to Mueller

Democrats want access to information that it is classified as secret.

WASHINGTON – The House of Representatives is investigating whether President Donald Trump gave false testimony to special Prosecutor Robert Mueller. This new investigation of the lower house of Congress, controlled by the Democratic Party of the United States, against Republican Trump, became known on Monday. Data indicating that Democrats are holding this trial announced in the court of appeals of the Federal district of Columbia, the General Counsel of the House of representatives Douglas Letter.

“Did the President lie? Was he dishonest in his answers as part of Mueller’s investigation? Letter asked, speaking at the hearing of this court. The US media present at these court hearings, including CNN, cite his remarks.

The meeting was held on the case of attempts by Democrats in the House of Representatives to obtain classified information and some other materials of Mueller. The House of Representatives requested them in July. However, it now actually appears that Democrats are trying to get them to use as part of Trump’s impeachment proceedings initiated on September 24.