Trump's Attorney General Bill Barr read a statement regarding the Jeffrey Epstein suicide. No reasonable person believes a word out of his mouth.
"It is the department's long-standing policy not to discuss the conduct of uncharged third parties," the letter to Mueller warns.
The Attorney General and Secretary of Commerce reaped what they sowed by refusing to cooperate with Congress.
How about getting a move on regarding these subpoenas, House Dems?
Gloria Borger correctly described Bill Barr's role as "a little bit of the Dear Leader."
Trump gave up his battle to add the census question and Bill "bootlicker" Barr congratulated him on caving.
He's Trump's Roy Cohn, and don't you forget it.
Why would the Attorney General act honorably in Jeffrey Epstein's case? He hasn't in any other. And Donald Trump has a lot to lose, here.
Contempt of Congress was a foregone conclusion, but an unexpected show of bipartisanship put an exclamation point on it when Rep. Justin Amash decided to join the Democrats.
In a bipartisan vote, the House Oversight Committee has voted to hold the Attorney General and Commerce Secretary in contempt for defying a subpoena to testify on the citizenship question Ross added to the census.
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