Robert Mueller has truly hurt his reputation. Confused, lack of concise answers, and a really bad memory. He can’t answer most of the questions maybe because he did not write the full report.
Today during the hearing he made another huge error, he misstated which president appointed him as the U.S. attorney in Massachusetts after being asked during a House Judiciary Committee hearing.
“Which president appointed you to become the United States Attorney for Massachusetts?” Arizona Rep. Greg Stanton asked Mueller.
“Which senator?” Mueller asked.
“Which president,” repeated Stanton, a Democrat.
“I think that was President Bush,” Mueller said, referring to George H.W. Bush.
“According to my notes, it was President Ronald Reagan had the honor to do so,” said Stanton, as some in the audience laughed.
“My mistake,” Mueller responded.
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Mueller, 74, was appointed as the U.S. attorney for the District of Massachusetts in 1986 by Reagan. He served there until 1987.
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