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CBS News 12 Jul 2019

Trump on Mueller testimony: "How many bites at the apple do you need?"


CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid questioned President Trump about the upcoming Capitol Hill testimony from Robert Mueller on the findings of the special counsel investigation.

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In what was billed as a health care policy roll out, President Trump fielded questions on everything from Robert Mueller's possible testimony before Congress to ongoing trade negotiations with China. He said the attorney general will decide whether Mueller should testify before Congress, and said he was "very surprised" by the Senate Intelligence Committee subpoenaing Donald Trump Jr. to testify.
President Donald Trump continued his attacks on the Mueller investigation while speaking at the National Rifle Association annual meeting. The president referred to the investigation as "a coup" and claimed people were "trying for an overthrow".
During an exclusive interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos at the White House, Trump offers his thoughts on The Mueller Report's findings, tweeting and poll numbers.

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