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Mueller testimony to U.S. House panels still set for July 17: aide

Reuters Friday, 12 July 2019
Two U.S. House of Representatives panels still plan to hear testimony from Special Counsel Robert Mueller on July 17, although there were reports of a possible one-week delay.
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Two U.S. House committees will delay former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s planned testimony for one week. The committees said they were delaying to allow lawmakers to question him for a longer period of time, says Reuters. Mueller is now scheduled to testify on July 24 before the House Judiciary...

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