Special counsel Robert Mueller said this week he would comply with a subpoena and testify before Congress next month about his investigation into President Donald Trump. But given Mueller’s insistence in a press conference last month that he “would not provide any information beyond what is already public” in his report, what can the American public expect from the hearing? And given that most Americans have not read the report, will the hearings provide an introduction to its findings that many viewers otherwise would not get?

Jim Braude was joined by former Assistant U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts Bruce Singal, and former Acting U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts William Weinreb.