Elections have consequences. You don't get to bloviate from the minority, Matt.
Turns out Jerry Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, is VERY consistent about not wanting presidential sex stuff made public. That goes for the Starr Report as well as the Mueller Report. No hypocrisy, Donald.
Congress already had the Starr report and 17 boxes of evidence. Nadler didn't want lurid details of presidential sex life made public "then, and he doesn't want it now." EWWWW!
Earlier livestream showed Jerry Nadler's committee marking up a resolution authorizing issuance of subpoenas.
Spring has sprung, and Jerry Nadler did not come to play. Subpoenas for the full Mueller Report and several former Trump officials, too.
Rep. Nadler's committee will subpoena the entire Mueller report with supporting documents, as well as several members of the Trump White House staff. Boom.
"It's possible he knows of indictments coming but it's also possible he's unhinged because he watched a Fox News story that got him upset," Matthew Miller said.
That sounds awfully obstruction-y.
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