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List of House Intel Transcripts likely sent to Mueller

[HPSCI voted today to send more than 4 dozen unredacted transcripts to Mueller](https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/06/politics/house-intelligence-transcripts-mueller/index.html). The best resource to figure out who all testified that I’ve found so far is this [CNN tracker](https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2017/politics/russia-investigations/index.html#/investigations/houseIntel/testimony), which I’ve reproduced below for convenience:

Date|Name/Role|Private/Public|Notes
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March 8, 2018|Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski|Private|Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski met with the House Intelligence Committee for a second private interview. Lewandowski said he answered “every relevant question,” but Rep. Adam Schiff, the highest-ranking Democrat on the committee, said Lewandowski still avoided discussing key topics.
February 27, 2018|Former WH communications director Hope Hicks|Private|Then-White House communications director Hope Hicks testified in private before the House Intelligence Committee as part of the panel’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election. During the nine-hour interview, Hicks admitted that she had told white lies on behalf of President Donald Trump, though she argued that she never lied about anything substantive, a source told CNN.
February 15, 2018|Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon|Private|Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon met with the House Intelligence Committee for a closed-door interview. But he told the committee that he had been instructed by the White House to invoke executive privilege on behalf of President Donald Trump. Rep. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the committee, later said Bannon should be held in contempt of Congress because he was “stonewalling” the investigation.
January 17, 2018|Deputy White House Chief of Staff Rick Dearborn|Private|Deputy White House Chief of Staff Rick Dearborn met with the House Intelligence Committee for a closed-door interview. CNN previously reported that Dearborn, who worked for Jeff Sessions during his Senate tenure, exchanged emails during the presidential campaign about a potential meeting between Donald Trump and a Russian government official close to the Kremlin.
January 17, 2018|Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski|Private|Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski sat down with the House Intelligence Committee for a closed-door interview. He told the panel that he was unprepared to answer questions about matters that occurred after he left the campaign in June 2016, according to California Rep. Adam Schiff, the highest-ranking Democrat on the committee.
January 16, 2018|Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon|Private|Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. CNN reported that his testimony ran into problems over whether he can invoke executive privilege for events that occurred during the Trump transition.
January 10, 2018|Former State Department official David Kramer|Private|David Kramer met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview after the panel issued a subpoena for his appearance in late December 2017. Kramer, a senior fellow at Republican Sen. John McCain’s think tank, interacted with Christopher Steele, the former British spy who wrote a dossier alleging collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Kramer quietly met Steele in the UK in November 2016 and later obtained a copy of Steele’s dossier, which McCain eventually passed along to the FBI.
December 22, 2017|Trump personal assistant Rhona Graff|Private|House Intelligence Committee staff traveled to New York to interview Rhona Graff, President Donald Trump’s longtime personal assistant. Graff served as Trump’s assistant at the Trump Organization for more than two decades.
December 21, 2017|Former Clinton campaign adviser Jake Sullivan|Private|Former Clinton campaign foreign policy adviser Jake Sullivan met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. Sullivan, who also worked for Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state, has previously denied any connection between the controversial Uranium One deal and donations to the Clinton Foundation, saying “there was really nothing to” the allegations of Clinton influencing the deal based on donations to her namesake nonprofit. Sullivan has been very critical of Trump’s ties to Russia and Russian meddling in the election.
December 21, 2017|Rep. Dana Rohrabacher|Private|Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-California, met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. He is considered one of the most Russia-friendly members of Congress and has faced scrutiny for meeting with Kremlin-connected Russians during trips to Moscow and for meeting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in the summer of 2017.
December 20, 2017|Russian-American businessman Felix Sater|Private|House Intelligence Committee staff traveled to New York to interview Russian-American businessman Felix Sater. He is a former business associate of President Donald Trump who has a criminal past and has faced scrutiny for his role in an unsuccessful effort to build a Trump Tower in Moscow during the presidential campaign.
December 20, 2017|FBI special agent Michael Gaeta|Private|FBI special agent Michael Gaeta met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel. The book “Russian Roulette,” about the Russia investigation, claims that Gaeta met with former British spy Christopher Steele during the 2016 campaign. During the meeting, Gaeta reportedly received a copy of the dossier about Donald Trump’s ties to Russia, which was later shared with the FBI in Washington.
December 19, 2017|Former State Department official David Kramer|Private|David Kramer, a senior fellow at Republican Sen. John McCain’s think tank, met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. Kramer interacted with Christopher Steele, the former British spy who wrote a dossier alleging collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Kramer quietly met Steele in the UK in November 2016 and later obtained a copy of Steele’s dossier, which McCain eventually passed along to the FBI.
December 19, 2017|Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe|Private|Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe testified in private before the House Intelligence Committee for over seven hours. McCabe faced scrutiny from Republicans on the panel over disparaging text messages about President Donald Trump that were sent by FBI agent Peter Strzok, who was removed from special counsel Robert Mueller’s team earlier this year. McCabe was also questioned about whether he should have recused himself from the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server due to alleged conflicts of interest surrounding his wife, who received campaign contributions from then-Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a Clinton ally.
December 18, 2017|Michael Sussman|Private|Perkins Coie lawyer Michael Sussman met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. The law firm Perkins Coie, as part of its representation of Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee, hired Fusion GPS to compile opposition research on Donald Trump. This effort eventually produced the 35-page dossier written by a former British spy.
December 18, 2017|Former Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz|Private|Former Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. The House panel was interested in Wasserman Schultz because the DNC indirectly funded the effort to compile an opposition research dossier on Donald Trump’s connections to Russia. Wasserman Schultz has denied knowledge of the matter.
December 18, 2017|British publicist Rob Goldstone|Private|British publicist Rob Goldstone met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. Goldstone faces scrutiny for his role in arranging the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between Trump campaign officials and a Russian lawyer who promised incriminating information on Hillary Clinton.
December 14, 2017|Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix|Private|Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix testified via videoconference before the House Intelligence Committee. Nix, whose data firm was hired in the summer of 2016 as part of the Trump campaign’s data operation, told House investigators that he did not discuss Russia with the Trump campaign. Nix also faces scrutiny for his outreach to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange seeking access to Hillary Clinton’s private server, and Assange claims he rejected Nix’s request.
December 13, 2017|Marc Elias|Private|Perkins Coie lawyer Marc Elias met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. As part of the law firm’s representation of the Clinton campaign and the DNC, Perkins Coie hired Fusion GPS to compile opposition research on Donald Trump. This effort eventually produced the 35-page dossier written by a former British spy.
December 12, 2017|Washington Free Beacon chairman Michael Goldfarb|Private|Michael Goldfarb, chairman of the Washington Free Beacon, met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel. The conservative news publicationretained political research firm Fusion GPS to conduct opposition research on then-candidate Donald Trump and other Republican candidates during the 2016 campaign. Fusion GPS later hired a former British spy to produce a dossier about Trump’s ties to Russia, but the Free Beacon denies any knowledge of or connections to the dossier.
December 12, 2017|Trump campaign national co-chairman Sam Clovis|Private|Trump campaign national co-chairman Sam Clovis met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. Clovis previously withdrew his nomination for a top job at the Department of Agriculture following scrutiny of his contacts with Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos. Papadopoulos has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his Russian contacts.
December 8, 2017|Former Trump campaign adviser Walid Phares|Private|Former Trump campaign adviser Walid Phares met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. Phares served as a member of then-candidate Donald Trump’s foreign policy team, and Trump mentioned him – along with George Papadopoulos and Carter Page – in his list of initial foreign policy advisers in March 2016.
December 6, 2017|Donald Trump Jr.|Private|Donald Trump Jr. met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. Trump Jr. told the committee that he did not first communicate directly with his father, President Donald Trump, about how to respond to news reports of his June 2016 Trump Tower meeting. Instead, Trump Jr. testified that he discussed the response with White House aide Hope Hicks, who was aboard Air Force One and was speaking with President Trump while the statement was being crafted.
December 5, 2017|CrowdStrike president Shawn Henry|Private|Shawn Henry, president of cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel. The Democratic National Committee hired Crowdstrike after discovering a breach in the DNC server in spring 2016. Crowdstrike later concluded that a hacking group with ties to Russian intelligence was behind the cyber intrusion, an assessment later confirmed by US intelligence agencies.
December 5, 2017|RNC delegate Diana Denman|Private|Diana Denman met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel. Denman, a Texas delegate at the 2016 Republican National Convention, proposed an amendment to the party platform that called for “providing lethal defensive weapons” to Ukraine to help counter Russian military moves in the region. Trump staffers intervened to change the amendment’s language and the final version did not include that phrase. Trump allies say the Russia-related language was still stronger than the 2012 platform.
December 4, 2017|Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta|Private|The House Intelligence Committee brought back former Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta for a second private interview. Podesta was called back following reports that the law firm Perkins Coie, as part of its representation of the Clinton campaign and the DNC, had paid Fusion GPS to compile an opposition research dossier on Trump and Russia. Podesta denied knowledge of the agreement in his testimony, according to a source familiar with his testimony.
November 30, 2017|Security contractor Erik Prince|Private|Investor and security contractor Erik Prince met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. His role in the Russia investigation largely pertains to a secret meeting in the Seychelles, a remote island chain in the Indian Ocean, that he had with a Russian businessman tied to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
November 30, 2017|Attorney General Jeff Sessions|Private|Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. The closed-door interview came after Sessions testified several times in public about his contacts with Russians during the campaign, and his knowledge about meetings with Russians.
November 28, 2017|Russian translator Anatoli Samochornov|Private|Russian translator Anatoli Samochornov met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. Samochornov served as translator for Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya during the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Donald Trump Jr., then-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner.
November 14, 2017|Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson|Private|Glenn Simpson, the co-founder of the research firm that hired a former British spy to produce a dossier about Trump’s ties to Russia, met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview that lasted for about seven hours. The committee had issued a subpoena for Simpson’s testimony, but it was later withdrawn after they made an agreement for Simpson to voluntarily appear.
November 13, 2017|Russian-American lobbyist Rinat Akhmetshin|Private|Russian-American lobbyist Rinat Akhmetshin met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. Akhmetshin attended the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with President Donald Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr., then-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, and Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner. He was invited by Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, and he is also a lobbyist for an organization she runs that is trying to overturn US sanctions against Russia.
November 8, 2017|Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson|Private|Fusion GPS co-founder met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel. Simpson is a co-founder of Fusion GPS, the Washington-based political research firm that hired former British spy Christopher Steele to produce a dossier about Donald Trump’s ties to Russia.
November 7, 2017|Former White House aide Keith Schiller|Private|Keith Schiller, who served for several months as director of Oval Office operations, testified before the House Intelligence Committee as part of its Russia investigation. Schiller is a longtime friend and confidant to Trump, and worked for Trump throughout his business career. Trump dispatched Schiller in May to hand-deliver a letter to the FBI headquarters, informing then-Director James Comey of his termination. Comey’s firing is under scrutiny for potential obstruction of justice.
November 3, 2017|Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates|Private|Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates testified behind closed doors before the House Intelligence Committee. Yates warned the White House in January 2017 that then-national security adviser Michael Flynn had been potentially compromised by the Russians. Shortly after that, she was fired by Trump after refusing to defend the first version of his travel ban in federal court.
November 2, 2017|Russian-American businessman Ike Kaveladze|Private|Ike Kaveladze, a Russian-American businessman who attended the June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower, spoke to investigators from the House Intelligence Committee. He worked for the Russian oligarch who sought to broker the meeting senior Trump campaign staff, including Donald Trump Jr., and Natalia Veselnitskaya, a Russian lawyer with some connections to the government. Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and his campaign chairman at the time, Paul Manafort, also attended the meeting at Trump Tower.
November 2, 2017|Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page|Private|Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page met with members of the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. A transcript of the proceedings was officially released a few days later, and it showed that Page revealed new details about his contacts with Russians during the campaign, and that he had informed Trump campaign staff about his summer 2016 trip to Russia.
November 1, 2017|Google, Twitter, Facebook|Public|Top lawyers from Facebook, Twitter, and Google testified before the House Intelligence Committee as part of the panel’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. During the hearing, the House Intelligence Committee officially released a sample of Facebook ads and Twitter handles linked to a Russian troll farm known as the Internet Research Agency.
November 1, 2017|Former acting attorney general Mary McCord|Private|The House Intelligence Committee interviewed Mary McCord, the former acting assistant attorney general at the National Security division. McCord, who left the Justice Department in April, was one of the top Justice Department officials overseeing the FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation.
October 25, 2017|Former deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes|Private|Ben Rhodes, who was President Barack Obama’s deputy national security adviser, met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. Rhodes was expected to face questioning from the panel about the unmasking of Americans in intelligence reports during the Obama administration.
October 24, 2017|Trump campaign digital director Brad Parscale|Private|The House Intelligence Committee interviewed Trump campaign digital director Brad Parscale. The panel was interested in interviewing Parscale about the Trump campaign’s digital and data operations, and whether Russia aided in the proliferation of pro-Trump fake news ahead of the 2016 presidential election. Parscale has repeatedly denied that the data operation he oversaw had any links to Russia or colluded with the Kremlin.
October 24, 2017|Trump personal lawyer Michael Cohen|Private|The House Intelligence Committee interviewed Trump personal lawyer Michael Cohen in a private session. Cohen, who was named in the 35-page dossier written by a former British spy, has repeatedly denied allegations of collusion with Russia. Cohen has faced scrutiny after reports surfaced that he had pursued a Trump Tower project in Moscow during the presidential campaign in 2015, although the project was later abandoned in January 2016.
October 20, 2017|Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch|Private|Loretta Lynch, who served as President Barack Obama’s attorney general, met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. Lynch has faced scrutiny for her handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation while attorney general, including a meeting with former President Bill Clinton on an airport tarmac in June 2016 while the investigation was ongoing.
October 18, 2017|Fusion GPS co-founder Thomas Catan|Private|Thomas Catan met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel. Catan is a co-founder of Fusion GPS, the Washington-based political research firm that hired former British spy Christopher Steele to produce a dossier about Donald Trump’s ties to Russia. Catan invoked his Fifth Amendment rights during the committee meeting, according toBloomberg.
October 18, 2017|Fusion GPS co-founder Peter Fritsch|Private|Peter Fritsch met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel. Fritsch is a co-founder of Fusion GPS, the Washington-based political research firm that hired former British spy Christopher Steele to produce a dossier about Donald Trump’s ties to Russia. Fritsch invoked his Fifth Amendment rights during the committee meeting, according to Bloomberg.
October 13, 2017|Former UN ambassador Samantha Power|Private|Former President Barack Obama’s ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, appeared before the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview. She has come under scrutiny from some House Republicans for allegedly unmasking the names of Trump associates in classified intelligence reports, which she would have had access to as UN ambassador. Power denies any wrongdoing.
October 12, 2017|Law student Jonathan Safron|Private|The House Intelligence Committee interviewed law student Jonathan Safron, who worked as an assistant to GOP operative Peter Smith. Smith tried to recruit cybersecurity experts in 2016 in an effort to obtain Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s private emails from Russian hackers. Smith claimed to have ties to the Trump campaign, which the campaign denies. Smith committed suicide in May 2017. Safron declined to comment on the details of his testimony.
October 6, 2017|Cybersecurity analyst Matt Tait|Private|House Intelligence Committee staff held a closed-door interview with Matt Tait, a British cybersecurity analyst who says a Republican operative tried to recruit him in 2016 in an effort to obtain Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s private emails from Russian hackers. The operative, Peter Smith, reportedly claimed to have ties to the Trump campaign, which the campaign denies. Smith committed suicide in May 2017.
September 28, 2017|Former White House aide Boris Epshteyn|Private|Trump campaign adviser and former White House aide Boris Epshteyn met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, as part of its investigation into Russian meddling.
September 26, 2017|Former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone|Private|Former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone, a longtime confidant of the president, met with the House Intelligence Committee behind closed doors as part of its investigation into Russian meddling. He said he had a “frank exchange” with the committee and downplayed questions about his contacts with WikiLeaks during the campaign.
September 6, 2017|Former national security adviser Susan Rice|Private|Former President Barack Obama’s national security adviser Susan Rice met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview related to the panel’s investigation into unmasking of Americans in intelligence reports.
August 30, 2017|DNC contractor Yared Tamene|Private|Yared Tamene, a tech-support contractor at the Democratic National Committee, met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel. The New York Times reported that, in the fall of 2015, Tamene fielded calls from the FBI alerting him to cyber intrusions into the DNC’s network.
August 30, 2017|Former DNC official Andrew Brown|Private|Andrew Brown, then-technology director at the Democratic National Committee, met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel. Brown knew that a DNC tech-support contractor was fielding calls from the FBI in the fall of 2015 about cyber intrusions into the DNC’s network, according to The New York Times.
July 27, 2017|Former DOJ official John Carlin|Private|House Intelligence Committee members interviewed former assistant Attorney General John Carlin as part of their Russia investigation. Carlin oversaw the National Security Agency’s surveillance program during the Obama administration.
July 26, 2017|Trump campaign adviser J.D. Gordon|Private|Trump campaign adviser J.D. Gordon met with House Intelligence Committee members for a closed-door interview. He is under scrutiny for his role in an effort in July 2016 to change language in the Republican National Committee platform regarding Russia’s aggressive moves in Ukraine.
July 25, 2017|White House senior adviser Jared Kushner|Private|White House senior adviser Jared Kushner met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, one day after he met with the Senate Intelligence Committee for a closed-door session.
July 17, 2017|Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper|Private|Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel.
July 14, 2017|Former Trump campaign aide Michael Caputo|Private|Former Trump campaign communications adviser Michael Caputo testified before the House Intelligence Committee in a closed-door session. He resigned from the campaign after the GOP primaries.
June 27, 2017|Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta|Private|Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta met with investigators from the House Intelligence Committee for a private meeting. The Russian hack of Podesta’s private email account played a pivotal role in the 2016 election, after WikiLeaks released tens of thousands of his personal emails online.
June 26, 2017|Former Pentagon official Evelyn Farkas|Private|Evelyn Farkas, who served as a deputy assistant secretary of defense for Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasia until 2015, met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel. Farkas said in March 2017 that she had urged her former colleagues in the Obama administration and officials on Capitol Hill to preserve intelligence about Russia election meddling before Donald Trump took office.
June 22, 2017|Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats|Private|Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private interview, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel.
June 21, 2017|Former DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson|Public|Former President Barack Obama’s Homeland Security secretary Jeh Johnson testified before the House Intelligence Committee in a public hearing. He discussed his efforts to protect state election systems from cyberattacks propagated by Russian actors, and also discussed his response to Russian hacks of Democratic National Committee servers.
May 23, 2017|Former CIA Director John Brennan|Public|Former CIA Director John Brennan appeared before the House Intelligence Committee in a public hearing. Brennan said that the Russians had “brazenly interfered” in the 2016 election, including actively contacting members of the Trump campaign. However, the former head of CIA stopped short of saying definitively whether there was collusion between President Donald Trump’s team and Kremlin representatives.
May 4, 2017|NSA Director Mike Rogers|Private|FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Mike Rogers provided private testimony to the House Intelligence Committee. One of the reasons for the private meeting was to give Comey a chance to respond to questions that he claimed he couldn’t answer in public – which he did almost 100 times in his previous public appearance before the committee.
May 4, 2017|FBI Director James Comey|Private|FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Mike Rogers provided private testimony to the House Intelligence Committee. One of the reasons for the private meeting was to give Comey a chance to respond to questions that he claimed he couldn’t answer in public – which he did almost 100 times in his previous public appearance before the committee.
March 20, 2017|NSA Director Mike Rogers|Public|FBI Director James Comey and National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers testified in an open hearing before the House Intelligence Committee. Comey revealed for the first time that the FBI was investigating possible coordination between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.
March 20, 2017|FBI Director James Comey|Public|FBI Director James Comey and National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers testified in an open hearing before the House Intelligence Committee. Comey revealed for the first time that the FBI was investigating possible coordination between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.
March 2, 2017|FBI Director James Comey|Private|FBI Director James Comey met with the House Intelligence Committee for a private hearing, according to a report released by Democrats on the panel. The hearing was related to FBI counterintelligence investigations.

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2 thoughts on “List of House Intel Transcripts likely sent to Mueller

  1. Watch the grand jury movements Thursday, to tell us if we expect anything on Friday. This could be the nail in the coffin for Donald Trump Jr.

    Of course, very few of us have the capabilities to watch the grand jury going ons so join me in watching people watch them 😛

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