REPORT: House Democrats seeking testimony from two Mueller deputies

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House Democrats reportedly want to hear from two of former special counsel Robert Mueller’s deputies in closed-door testimony next week as Mueller himself prepares to testify before two House committees.

The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that Democratic lawmakers on the Judiciary and Intelligence panels are hoping to secure testimony from James Quarles and Aaron Zebley, two prosecutors with the Justice Department who previously worked on Mueller’s team. Their requests come as Attorney GeneralWilliam Barrhas threatened to block any of Mueller’s aides from testifying.

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Sources close to the Democratic efforts to secure testimony from Mueller and his team told the Journal that discussions with the Justice Department and between the two committees remain ongoing, adding that the larger House Judiciary Committee has indicated concerns that not all of its members may be able to take part in questioning the former special counsel.

Mueller himself is scheduled to testify in open hearings on July 17. The White House said it won’t prevent him from testifying, but Attorney General William Barr said Monday that he was “disappointed to see [Mueller] subpoenaed” as it doesn’t serve any purpose.

“It seems to me the only reason for doing that is to create some kind of public spectacle,” Barr told reporters. “And if Bob decides that he doesn’t want to be subject to that, then Department of Justice would certainly back him.”

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