House Democrats are poised to hold a pivotal vote Wednesday to issue a handful of subpoenas demanding the special counsel’s full report on Russian “collusion” during the 2016 race for the White House.
Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler issued a statement Monday morning outlining his demands to receive the 300-page document by Wednesday; threatening Congressional action should he fail to receive the material.
“The Attorney General should reconsider so that we can work together to ensure the maximum transparency of this important report to both Congress and the American people,” said Nadler.
“I am grateful to the many individuals who have cooperated with our initial request for documents. Regrettably, not everyone has chosen to voluntarily cooperate with the Committee at this time. I am particularly concerned about reports that documents relevant to the Special Counsel investigation were sent outside the White House, [waiving] applicable privileges,” he added.
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