Robert Mueller to Testify Publicly Before Congress on July 17 Just last month, Mueller said he wouldn't speak anymore of his investigation into 2016 election interference.
But he will now do so after being subpoenaed by the House Judiciary Committee and Intelligence Committee.
Jerry Nadler & Adam Schiff, via statement Jerry Nadler & Adam Schiff, via statement In the testimony, Mueller will detail his report on attempts by Russia to hinder the presidential election.
In statements last month, Mueller declined to charge the president with any obstruction crimes.
But many Democrats and legal experts say his findings lay the groundwork for Congress to pursue them.
Mueller's statements could be key for many in Congress on possible future impeachment proceedings.
Currently, 77 members of the Democratic-controlled House say they support proceedings against Trump.