WASHINGTON – Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III told Congress that his testimony will not deviate from the contents of his 448-page report on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.
“As I said on May 29, the report is my testimony. And I will stay within that text,” Mueller told the House Judiciary Committee during a Wednesday hearing.
Mueller said he will respect a Justice Department decision with regard to “asserted privileges concerning investigative information and decisions” as they may relate to ongoing investigations.
Bryan is a freelance political journalist whose experience includes three and a half years covering Congress and two years covering Maryland state government.
His work includes coverage of the election of Donald Trump, the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and attorneys general William Barr and Jeff Sessions-as well as that of the Maryland General Assembly, Gov. Larry Hogan, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bryan has broken stories involving athletic and sexual assault scandals with the Baltimore Post-Examiner.
His original UMBC investigation gained international attention, was featured in People Magazine and he was interviewed by ABC’s “Good Morning America” and local radio stations. Bryan broke subsequent stories documenting UMBC’s omission of a sexual assault on their daily crime log and a federal investigation related to the university’s handling of an alleged sexual assault.