Democrats on the Home Judiciary Committee who will query aged special counsel Robert Mueller subsequent week belief to focal level on a narrow place of dwelling of episodes laid out in his picture, an effort to instruct People' attention to what they get out about as one of the most egregious examples of President Donald Trump's habits.
When asked by Fox News host Chris Wallace why the Democrats on the committee want to put the American people and Mueller through another Russian collusion related hearing, Nadler said they want Mueller to share the facts directly with Americans.
"The administration must be held accountable, and no president can be above the law".
Mueller will appear before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday - after his hearing was delayed last week - and will answer questions related to the findings of his investigation.
Mueller completed his almost two-year long probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election in March, and the Justice Department released a redacted copy of his report in April.
The report said Trump tried to remove Mueller and then cover up his actions; sought to persuade former Attorney General Jeff Sessions to direct the Russian Federation probe away from the campaign; and appeared to dangle pardons before former campaign manager Paul Manafort and personal lawyer Michael Cohen while they faced federal prosecution.
Some Democrats in Congress support impeaching Trump, but they have not managed to win traction from House Democratic leadership including Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who has preferred a more cautious approach that entails conducting congressional fact-finding investigations into Trump's conduct.
It also gave examples of 10 incidents in which Trump sought to hinder the investigation, but it did not draw any conclusions on whether Trump obstructed justice.
Last week, the House voted 332-95 to table an impeachment resolution.
The California Democrat asserted that Trump keeps trying to "deceive" Americans about the facts of the report, which is why Democrats want Mueller to lay out the facts clearly.
That allowed Trump to declare that he was "exonerated" by Mueller and say the investigation was always a political "witch hunt", claims that have gone far in convincing much of the public that it was much ado about nothing.
He added that lawmakers should instead support Attorney General William Barr in his appointment of CT federal prosecutor John Durham to probe the origins of the Russian Federation investigation.
Nadler also plans to go to court "within a couple of days" of the Mueller hearing to bring former White House counsel Don McGahn, who appeared prominently in the Mueller report, before his committee.
"It's a pretty damning set of facts that involve a presidential campaign in a close race welcoming help from a hostile foreign power", he continued. We want Bob Mueller to bring it to life.
Nadler said on Fox that Democrats plan to ask very specific questions about Trump's obstructive conduct and ask Mueller to read passages from the report aloud.
Democratic Judiciary Committee aides said lawmakers hope to show that some of the president's actions, which he repeated again and again, would land any other American with a multi-count indictment.