DOJ Objects to Navarro's 45-Day Delay, Claims He Lied in Filing

Posted on AllSides June 9th, 2022
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The Justice Department is firing back Thursday at former White House trade adviser Peter Navarro's request for a 45-day continuance to hire representation for his contempt of Congress charge.

A DOJ filing in the case to outline opposition to the request for a continuance claims Navarro's filing made "numerous misrepresentations and provides no justification" for the delay. Among the disputed allegations were the conditions of his arrest, having been denied counsel or food or water.

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