House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler (D-NY) just officially requested documents from Attorney General Merrick Garland on the previous administration’s DOJ and its seizure of records of members of Congress and journalists.
The Justice Department and the House Judiciary Committee reached a settlement on how to proceed with the panel’s years-old subpoena of former White House counsel Don McGahn for testimony related to special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe and President Trump’s alleged efforts to obstruct it.
The House Judiciary Committee still wants to hear from former White House counsel Don McGahn.
President Trump will be acquitted today. We can’t talk around that fact.
But that doesn’t mean that the conduct that put him in this pinch in the first place will be swept under the rug. House Judiciary Committee Chair and impeachment manager Jerry Nadler (D-NY) reassured reporters this morning that it is “likely” his committee will issue that subpoena that former National Security Adviser John Bolton has been begging for for weeks.
Happy Thursday, December 12. The House Judiciary Committee is poised to vote the articles of impeachment out of committee today, after which a full House vote will probably take place late next week. Here’s more on that and the other stories we’re watching.
Happy Wednesday, December 4. The House Judiciary Committee will take over the impeachment inquiry today, kicking off the process with constitutional law experts. Here’s more on that and the other stories we’re watching.