Democrats must allow a subpoena for a full report by Muller
Nadal said on Monday he had scheduled a mark-up on Wednesday to allow a subpoena for Muller's report, as well as the main evidence of the special lawyer. The allowance will give Democrats in New York a green light for summoning the report, although Nadal has not said whether he will do so before General Prosecutor William Barre publishes the publicly edited version expected later this month.
The House Judiciary Committee will also vote to resolve summons for five former White House employees – Don McGan, Steve Bannon, Hope Hicks, Reynz Webb and Anne Donaldson who, according to Nadrel, have received White House papers to the investigation of the Special Advocate and to the Commission's investigation, which would invalidate the privilege of the executive.
The subpoena payment is scheduled one day after the deadline of April 2. The Democrats have asked Bar to provide Müller's full report and its basic evidence to Congress. President Lindsey Graham wrote on Friday that he was working with Muller to complete the editing of the report before making it public to the middle of the pril if not earlier. "Barr said he had edited four types of material from the report: a large jury material, sensitive intelligence, information from ongoing investigations and information that" unlawfully violated the privacy and reputational interests of peripheral third parties. "
, that Congress has requested the full report without edits, and claims that Bar should work with Congress through the judiciary to allow the grand jury to be published, the Democratic assistant said last week that the material of the big jury will be the "main obstacle" to the disclosure of the full report
"We have a duty to read the full report and the Ministry of Justice has the obligation to provide it, if the ministry does not want to present the full report voluntarily, then we will do everything in our power to provide it ourselves, "Naderler wrote in the New York Times, published Monday. "We demand the report, first because the Congress, not the Chief Prosecutor, has a duty under the Constitution to determine whether illegal actions have taken place." The Special Attorney refused to make a "traditional prosecutorial decision" on the issue of an obstacle, but it was not the Chief Prosecutor to go in and replace his decision on the special lawyer
Georgia's representative, Doug Collins, the highest republican representative in the Judiciary Commission, accused Nadal of setting a random deadline for the report, as well as Barr to release materials to force him to "break the law by publishing the report without editing."
"Unfortunately, a body designed to uphold the law is so desperate that it obviously distorts the law, even as The Chief Prosecutor has already demonstrated transparency over and beyond what is needed, Collins said in a statement Monday.
Democrats say there is enough precedent to free Bar. I will report to Congress, including the materials of the great jurors that point to Watergate's investigations and former President Bill Clinton. They also refer to the Republican investigation into the latest FBI Congress Congress and Clinton and Trump-Russia's Justice Department, where Republicans have requested sensitive law enforcement documents from the agency.