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Most Americans don't expect Robert Mueller's testimony Wednesday to reveal any new information, according to a Tuesday poll.
A new Hill-HarrisX poll taken July 20-21 found 65 per cent of registered voters don't think the former special counsel's upcoming public testimony will include new details related to the Russia investigation.
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But 35 per cent of the 1,003 respondents said they felt the two House hearings could reveal information that goes beyond the scope of Mueller's 448-page report, which was made public in April.
Mueller will testify before the House Judiciary Committee for three hours on Wednesday and the House Intelligence Committee for two hours the same day.
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In late May, Mueller held a press conference from the Justice Department where he plead to have his report on the probe regarded as his last word on the matter and said he would not be speaking on his findings any longer.
However, faced with the reality of a subpoena, Mueller agreed to appear for five hours one day before the two House committees.
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During his remarks May 29, Mueller also officially closed the Russia investigation and resigned from his post at the DOJ. He also said he would stick to the findings of the public report – where 10 per cent was redacted.
'The report is my testimony,' Mueller said at the time. 'I would not provide information beyond that which is already public in any appearance before Congress.'
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While Republicans largely saw the report as exoneration of the president, many Democrats claim it provides enough evidence to bring about impeachment proceedings against Trump – especially for obstruction of justice.
When broken down by party lines, 51 per cent of Democrats say they think Mueller's testimony won't reveal anything new, while a whopping 79 per cent of Republicans feel the same way.
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Why do democrats never have to face the reality of what's on the ground, like 2000 years of marriage.