Former Senator Mitchell said that calling witnesses will only prolong the trial unnecessarily. He responded to questions from… read more
Former Senator Mitchell said that calling witnesses will only prolong the trial unnecessarily. He responded to questions from reporters. He stated that witnesses do not resolve discrepancies but create them. He also commented about his work in Northern Ireland and the investigation of the Olympic Committee. Rep. McCollum responded to questions about the Senate trial. He explained that witnesses should be called since this is a trial and the Senate needs to determine the creditability of the witnesses. He commented that he does not believe that this trial will interfere with the business of the government since it should be over soon. close
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