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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) That special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller is wary about testifying in public about his report because he does not want to appear political after staying behind the scenes for so long introduced. Live discussion held with CNN's with Mueller biographer Garret Graff & former deputy asst. attorney general Elliot Williams about Mueller. [WILLIAMS - offers views on whether there is a public wish for him to testify, why Congress wants him to speak in public.] [GRAFF - offers views on how Mueller wants his work to speak for itself, how he would be very professorial if speaking, how he will testify, but not go out of his way to do so & there is public interest about the facts from the report.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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