House Committee to Vote on Holding Barr in Contempt
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From the CenterHouse Panel to Vote on Holding Barr in Contempt
The House Judiciary Committee said it would vote Wednesday on whether to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt, escalating a dispute with the Trump administration after Mr. Barr missed a congressional deadline to turn over an unredacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
From the RightImprisoning Bill Barr is left’s new rallying cry: ‘Have him locked up’
The battle between congressional Democrats and the Justice Department over Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report has reached new levels of vitriol, as some on the left call for Attorney General Bill Barr to be physically dragged in to testify or even locked up for defying congressional subpoenas.
From the LeftHouse Judiciary Committee to Vote Wednesday to Hold Barr in Contempt
The House Judiciary Committee will vote Wednesday to hold Attorney General William P. Barr in contempt of Congress, after the Justice Department appeared to miss a Monday deadline to negotiate the delivery of Robert S. Mueller III’s full report, along with key evidence collected by the special counsel.