House Democrats immediately launched into confrontational and adversarial questions to Attorney General William Barr at his recent committee […]
Senate Republicans defended Attorney General William Barr’s decision to intervene in lowering the sentencing recommendation for Trump ally […]
Mueller has spoken. Finally, after two years he made a statement to the press yesterday, taking no questions from reporters and declaring that it was his “last public statement” regarding the report.
Congress returned from a two-week recess Monday night and Democrats discussed ways they planned on compelling Attorney General Bill Barr to testify on Thursday before the House Judiciary Committee, while Republicans appear doubtful a bipartisan domestic agenda can get accomplished when the president’s opponents are constantly issuing the White House subpoenas.