DOJ Strikes Deal With House Democrats Over Unredacted Mueller Report, Evidence
Monday, 10 June 2019 House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler announced on Monday he reached a deal with the Justice Department to provide Congress with access to documents from the Mueller Report related to obstruction of justice by President Donald Trump, according to The Independent. Nadler announced the agreement one day before the House is expected to approve a resolution to go to court to enforce subpoenas against Attorney General William Barr and former White House counsel Don McGahn. But the legal fight may be no longer necessary since the agreement is likely to allow all Judiciary Committee members to see "Robert Mueller's most important files ... providing us with key evidence that the Special Counsel...
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Members of Congress and their staffs are studying old film, reviewing the special counsel report and preparing for a lot of terse responses, they told reporters. NPR Also reported by •Seattle Times •CNSNews.com
The House is expected to consider whether to take up articles of impeachment against President Trump — the first vote on such a measure since Democrats took... USATODAY.com Also reported by •azcentral.com