'We want the American people to hear directly from Special Counsel Mueller what his investigation found, ' Nadler said Sunday morning.
More than 80 House Democrats have called for starting an impeachment inquiry into the President - the first step in a lengthy process, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Mr Nadler have so far resisted the pressure to open an inquiry.
The report said Trump tried to remove Mueller and then cover up his actions; sought to persuade former Attorney General Jeff Sessions to direct the Russian Federation probe away from the campaign; and appeared to dangle pardons before former campaign manager Paul Manafort and personal lawyer Michael Cohen while they faced federal prosecution.
Mueller completed his almost two-year long probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election in March, and the Justice Department released a redacted copy of his report in April.More news: S Korean man kills himself as dispute with Japan escalates
Mueller will appear before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday - after his hearing was delayed last week - and will answer questions related to the findings of his investigation.
Jerry Nadler, the House Judiciary Chairman, said Sunday that former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's hearing will focus on finding any wrongdoing that could warrant impeachment.
The Mueller report laid out numerous contacts between Russian officials and Trump's campaign, but found no evidence of a criminal conspiracy.
The impeachment clause in Article II of the US Constitution outlines the process of removing a president, which begins with a vote in the House of Representatives.
Home intelligence committee aides, who additionally declined to be acknowledged to debate the confidential preparations, said they have about the public has purchased a slanted gaze of what Mueller realized thanks to Trump's repeated comments, and that the principle points of Russia's interference in the election - and the outreach to the Trump advertising campaign - haven't gotten ample attention.More news: Trump Resumes Twitter Attack on Four Democratic Congresswomen
Republicans are preparing as well and are expected to focus more on Mueller's conclusions that there isn't enough evidence of a conspiracy and no charges on obstruction _ than the individual episodes detailed. "It's a pretty damning set of facts that involve a presidential campaign in a close race welcoming help from a hostile foreign power, not reporting it but eagerly embracing it, building it into their campaign strategy, lying about it to cover up, then obstructing an investigation into foreign interference again to try to cover up".
Nadler said on Fox that Democrats plan to ask very specific questions about Trump's obstructive conduct and ask Mueller to read passages from the report aloud.
Much of the questioning will center on former White House Counsel Don McGahn, whom Mueller said Trump directed to remove the special counsel and then to deny he was told to do so.
"We hope it won't end up being a dud", he said.More news: Second airline suspends flights to Cairo over 'security concerns'