House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler recently touched on the likelihood of Robert Mueller testifying before Congress.
Former White House Counsel Don McGhan followed orders from the White House and refused to appear in front of the House Judiciary Committee in defiance of a subpoena by the Democrat-led panel.
Senate Judiciary chairman Lindsey Graham said he is going to “back off” from investigating alleged FISA abuses amid the attorney general’s appointment of a U.S. attorney to probe the origin of the Russia probe.
While House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler spearheads the campaign against Attorney General William Barr, he opposed the same charges against former Attorney General Eric Holder back in 2012. One America’s Pearson Sharp explains how Nadler’s long-standing feud with President Trump could be playing a part in his agenda against the attorney general.