USA Today reports:
Attorney General William Barr refused on Wednesday to testify before the House Judiciary Committee about special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation because of a dispute about how he would be questioned.
The Justice Department also did not comply with a subpoena for the unredacted version of the 448-page Mueller report. The committee had demanded that the department produce the full report by Wednesday.
“The next step is seeking a contempt citation against the attorney general,” Nadler said. He said the committee could vote within days on whether to hold Barr in contempt for not turning over the full report.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler says if Attorney General William Barr doesn’t provide the unredacted Mueller report to Congress in the next day or two, “the next step is seeking a contempt citation against the attorney general” https://t.co/tgHs1uTdye pic.twitter.com/hKRKzcBzpk
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