No, it is.
Thanks for joining us, folks. It’s, as I’m told they often say, “been real.”
What a year it’s been today, huh?
And that’s it. We did it. It’s done.
Schiff’s final remarks are basically one big “stay tuned, folks.”
Schiff leads Mueller to essentially admit that Trump could have been open to Russian blackmail. Shame that this is all happening at the tail end of seven hours of hearings.
Schiff basically wrapping things up by going big picture, and getting Mueller to say that acting ethically is (get this folks) good and important.
Nunes and Schiff are the last two to go, and then we can enjoy sweet release.
Dems really kind of hit their stride in the last 10 minutes...just as the hearing is drawing to a close.
Raja Krishnamoorthi is up, and by my count, is the last questioner of the day!
Val Demings is up, and pushes Mueller to talk about how he assessed Trump’s “credibility.” Mueller refuses to answer.
Maloney is hitting Mueller harder than any Democrat so far today about why he didn’t subpoena Trump.
Mueller basically says “we didn’t want to take the time.”
Sean Patrick Maloney asks point blank: “Why didn’t you subpoena the president?”
And now Peter Welch is, for the umpteenth time today, debating the use of the word “collusion.”
Prince, who runs a massive global mercenary army, is apparently very concerned that he was being spied on.