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u.s. house panel oks move to give congress records of fbi probes against trump

by:Dolight LED Panel     2019-09-10
WASHINGTON (Reuters)-The U. S.
On Tuesday, the House Judiciary Committee unanimously passed a resolution instructing the Justice Department to provide Congress with all records of the FBI\'s obstruction of justice or counter-intelligence investigation into President Donald Trump.
In a surprising show of bipartisan cooperation, in the United StatesS.
Attorney General William bar told Congress he found no obstruction case against Democrat Trump
Led panel voting 22-
0 send the measure to all members of the house for a possible vote.
The full approval of the House will give BAL 14 days to comply with the requirements for the FBI to investigate all records and communications of Trump, and any discussion within the Justice Department about the secret record of the president or trying to replace him by invoking the US Amendment 25. S. Constitution.
The amendment sets out the procedure for replacing the president or vice president in the event of death, removal, resignation or incapacity.
Lawmakers are paying special attention to obstructing judicial and counter-intelligence investigations, and former FBI Acting Director Andrew McKay said he was launched after Trump fired his predecessor, James Comey, in May 2017.
The effort was later replaced by the United States. S.
Special adviser Robert Miller concluded last week an investigation into Russia\'s possible intervention in 2016 presidential elections.
According to Barr\'s summary, Mueller did not find evidence of collusion between Trump\'s campaign team and Russia, but did not absolve the president on the issue of obstruction.
McKay said that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had considered secretly recording the conversation with Trump by telegram, a statement that Rosenstein denied.
McCabe also said the Justice Department discussed whether Cabinet members could remove the president under Amendment 25.
A Justice Department official declined to comment.
A spokesman for McCabe declined to comment.
Democrats and Republicans are determined to delve into the issue, but for different reasons.
Democrats want to carefully review the FBI\'s early evidence of Trump\'s obstruction, while Republicans want to track down what they think is possible.
Trump conspiracy at Justice Department
\"Democrats may think that there is something that will help them in the process of trying to beat Trump.
But for me, this is most likely evidence of treason by the Justice Department trying to remove the president, \"said Louis gocht, representative of the Republican committee.
Democrats say they see Tuesday\'s resolution as a move to get materials from the Justice Department, which could also help to understand Miller\'s findings and Barr\'s decision on obstruction.
Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, a Democrat who called on Barr to testify in front of his group, said the vote was \"taken to get the information Congress deserves\"and requires -
In order to finish its work.
On Wednesday, Republican chairman Lindsey Graham of the Senate Judiciary Committee called on Barr to appoint a special adviser to investigate the United States. S.
Law enforcement made a mistake in an investigation into Trump.
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