REPORT: Nixon White House counsel testifies that Mueller gave evidence of collusion

JUNE 10, 2019

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Former White House Counsel John Dean during a congressional hearing on Monday drew parallels between the Mueller report and Watergate, also arguing the report does contain evidence of collusion.

Dean, a key Watergate witness who served as Richard Nixon’s White House counsel, testified before the House Judiciary Committee on Monday and told lawmakers, “I think there is evidence, incidentally, in the report of collusion.” He went on to argue there have been “a number of well-done articles that draw on the different contacts between the Trump people and the Russians and make a fairly strong case for collusion.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Mueller in his report did not establish a criminal conspiracy between the Trump 2016 campaign and Russia, and he did not determine whether Trump obstructed justice. Mueller’s report noted that the investigation was looking into “criminal conspiracy as defined in federal law, not the commonly discussed term ‘collusion.'”

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