After seven hours of testimony, Robert Mueller has left the hot seat. The day opened with a hearing with the House Judiciary Committee, and despite the former counsel saying that the president is "not exculpated" and could be charged when he leaves office, pundits found it boring.
Act two with the House Intelligence Committee had way more fireworks, and by fireworks, I mean full sentences of Mueller and explicit renunciations of crimes. Here's what you need to know.
Here's the TL;DR