The House Judiciary Committee voted along party lines Wednesday to authorize a series of subpoenas demanding the full release of Robert Mueller’s “no collusion” report; setting the stage for a high-stakes legal battle with senior Trump administration officials.
“The House Judiciary Committee voted along party lines Wednesday to authorize subpoenas for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s full report after the Justice Department missed a Democrat-imposed deadline, in a major escalation of the battle between Congress and the Trump administration over access to underlying documents and evidence from the Russia probe,” reports Fox News.
“The vote was 24-17, with all Democrats supporting and all Republicans opposed. The authorization of subpoenas does not mean the committee will issue them but gives Democrats on the panel the option to do so,” adds the article.
Liberal organizations are rapidly preparing for a “Day of Action” April 4th should the “full report” be unavailable to the public in the coming days.
Read the full report here.