Former White House Counsel John Dean testifies before the House Judiciary Committee about lessons learned from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
"The last time I appeared before your committee was July 11, 1974 during the impeachment inquiry of Richard Nixon. Clearly, I am not here today as a fact witness," he said.
Opening statements from the other witnesses:
.@JoyceWhiteVance complete opening statement: "If anyone other than a president of the United States committed this conduct he would be under incitement today for multiple acts of Obstruction of Justice."— CSPAN (@cspan) June 10, 2019
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.@BarbMcQuade complete opening statement: "The conduct described in the report constitutes multiple crimes of Obstruction of Justice. It's supported by evidence of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt."— CSPAN (@cspan) June 10, 2019
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