Juan Williams: ‘I don’t think Mueller has a right to simply say “I’m gone”‘

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Speaker Pelosi faces growing calls for impeachment; reaction and analysis from Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz and 'The Five' host Juan Williams.

Fox News' Juan Williams said Thursday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller should testify before Congress and criticized President Trump for his comments directed towards the former FBI director.

Williams, a co-host of "The Five," went after the president on "The Story with Martha MacCallum" for sending mixed messages by criticizing Mueller personally while praising his work.

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"Robert Mueller should have never been chosen because he wanted the FBI job and he didn't get it and the next day he was picked as the special counsel," Trump tweeted Thursday morning. "So you tell somebody I'm sorry you can't have the job and then after you say that he is going to make a ruling on you that doesn't work that way. Plus, we had a business dispute, plus his relationship with Comey was extraordinary."

"Isn't this ridiculous to have the president of the United States absolutely dismissing and besmirching Robert Mueller, who I think is widely respected?" Williams asked guest host Sandra Smith. "Even after he wants to tell us no collusion, no obstruction, look at the Mueller report, now he comes back and says 'Oh that Mueller, he can't be trusted.' You can't have it both ways, Mr. President. I think it really suggests this is about bullying and trying to distract people from the argument at hand."

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Williams also went after Mueller, who reignited the impeachment debate in his press statement, in which he implied that he would not testify before Congress.

"Why didn't you interview President Trump? Why didn't you subpoena him if necessary?" Williams asked. "Why didn't you interview Donald Trump Jr.? There are several questions that need to be asked from any political point of view, and I don't think that Mueller has a right to simply say, 'I'm gone, look at the report.'"

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