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House Judiciary Committee votes to subpoena Mueller report, former White House officials

April 03, 2019 - 10:42 am

WASHINGTON (1010 WINS) -- The House Judiciary Committee has voted to authorize a subpoena for the full Mueller report.

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The 24 to 17 vote came a day after the Justice Department missed the April 2, deadline set by the chairpersons of several house committees for Attorney General William Barr to provide Congress with the entire report.

If and when the actual subpoena is issued, it would seek the unredacted version as well as the underlying evidence collected during the 22 month investigation.

In addition, Democrats are also expected to subpoena several former White House officials including Steve Bannon, Hope Hicks, and Don McGahn as they investigate possible obstruction of justice on the part of the president.

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