Judiciary chair vows special counsel report will be made public: ‘We can invite Mueller to testify’
Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-NY (Screen capture)

Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) was on Cuomo Prime Time Friday night, and the House Judiciary chairman wasted no words when it came to how serious he takes Mueller's ongoing Russia probe.

"We have to get this report out to the American people," he told host Chris Cuomo of Mueller's impending report, which some have speculated Republicans and the new Attorney General would instead like to quash.

"We will get that information out one way or another," Nadler said of Mueller's eventual report to the Attorney General. "If [Barr] refuses to get it out, our committee will subpoena it....we can invite Mueller to testify," he told Cuomo, adding emphatically "we will get it out."

Nadler also made it clear he thinks Trump knows much more than he is letting on regarding the Russia investigation. He ended his guest spot on CNN by saying:

"It's hard to believe that the President sits on top of a pinnacle in which all the top people are conspiring with the Russians, or seeking to conspire with the Russians, almost all are indicted or convicted, for, among other things, lying about contacts with the Russians, and [Trump] knows nothing about it...it's difficult to believe."

Watch the segment below: