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Democrats on the committee are planning on voting on how the investigation is defined, through a resolution that would set the boundaries of the probe, Politico reported. Doug Collins pointed out what Doug Collins believes are problems with how Democrats have conducted their investigation, claiming that they have acted outside the boundaries of House rules and may have made misrepresentations in court filings. They have portrayed themselves in just a terrible way over the last eight months and they keep digging their hole.
Could Justice Department be that the attorney general failed to accommodate the chairman's demands for information ? No. He offered to let the chairman and five other Democrat leaders review the less redacted report at the Department of Justice, including 99.9 % unredacted volume on obstruction, in an odd move for anyone demanding access to information, the chairman and other elected Democrats given access have declined to view that report.
They know Justice Department is working to negotiate even as they pursue contempt charges, making their move today illogical and disingenuous, democrats have launched a proxy war smearing The Attorney General when their anger actually lies with the president and the special counsel, who found neither conspiracy nor obstruction.
Don McGahnGeorgia Rep. Doug Collins sat for more than 30 hours of interviews with the special counsel's investigation, and the chairman has answered that with a stunning 36-item subpoena, instead of looking at material that Attorney General Barr has already made available, Democrats prefer to demand additional materials they know are subject to constitutional and common-law privileges and can not be produced.
I do encourage my colleagues, the Democrats, who have asked for transparency, who have asked for access, to actually come here and do so, to not come here and take advantage of the attorney general and his offer, to me says that they're not more worried about what's in the report, they're more worried about actually scoring political points.
Attorney General Barr is following his word in publicly releasing the special counsel's report to the maximum extent permitted by law and department policy, (Nadler) stands alone in setting arbitrary deadlines for that release and in calling the attorney general to break the law by releasing the report without redactions.
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