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(CNSNews.com) - Former Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller will be "impeccably prepared" for his five hours in the spotlight next week, says one who knows him.
Former Acting FBI Director Andy McCabe told CNN Thursday morning that he remembers past briefing sessions with Mueller, who was then the FBI Director:
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"I remember those sessions, they were kind of legendary. The hallway that led to his office on the seventh floor would be lined on both sides with briefing teams. They would just bring in one team after another on different issues. He would have been given massive three-ring binders of information all of which he had consumed and committed to memory before we came into the room.
"And he was always prepared to kind of grill us and cross examine us on issues that we were talking about. So he is very studious. He's not a verbose and dramatic witness, but he knows his stuff."
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McCabe said he doubts Mueller will discuss anything beyond what's in his report. Mueller said that himself -- that he would not go beyond the four corners of the report -- when he briefly spoke to the public after the report came out.
McCabe said one of the more frustrating things [for Democrats and anti-Trumpers] is that Mueller did not say whether Trump would have been charged with obstruction if he were a private citizen instead of the president.
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"So if that's the place that Congress wants to get to, there are many, many ways they can get very close to that," McCabe said. "The report outlines at least ten different categories of obstructive activity. In eight of those 10 categories, director Mueller concluded there was significant evidence to support each of...
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