While speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) stated that he will not call for Special Counsel Robert Mueller to testify unless there’s a “dispute about a conversation,” and that he won’t call for former White House counsel Don McGahn to testify.
Graham responded to a question on why he won’t call for Mueller to testify by stating, “Because I’m not going to do any more. Enough already. It’s over. If there’s any dispute about a conversation, then he’ll come. But I’m not going to retry the case. I’m not calling McGahn. It is over.”
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