Senate Judiciary Democrats on Wednesday evening penned a letter to Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, asking him to hold a hearing with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
"The Mueller report is a seminal document that caps the Special Counsel's nearly two year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election," the letter reads. "However, as comprehensive as the report is, it's clear there are many outstanding questions that remain unanswered. Having Special Counsel Mueller before the committee is necessary to get those questions answered."
The Democrats attached a document with "at least 60 unanswered questions related to both Russian interference and obstruction of justice."
Questions relate specifically to:
• The Trump Tower meeting.
• Paul Manafort sharing internal campaign strategy and polling with Konstantin Kilimnik.
• WikiLeaks' dropping stolen documents; Trump campaign's efforts to obtain Hillary Clinton's emails.
• How Trump personally and professional benefitted from Russian ties.
• Why no decision was made on whether or not the President obstructed justice.
• What the standard for obstruction was.
• How President Trump's "limited cooperation" impacted the investigation.
• Paul Manafort's failure to cooperate.
• How Trump dealt with Michael Cohen.
• Trump ordering White House Don McGhan to fire Mueller.
• Trump ordering McGhan to deny he ordered Mueller's firing.
• Trump telling Corey Lewandowski to order Jeff Sessions to curtain Mueller's investigation.
According to the Dems, they want Mueller brought in so they can question him directly and receive the answers to their questions.
Here's the full letter: