Nearly one-third of the Republicans serving on the House Judiciary committee will depart at the end of their present term.
Now controlled by the majority party, the Judiciary committee fulfills a singularly important role. It is the lever that moves Articles of Impeachment from the committee to the House Floor, beginning a potential Senate trial. Continue reading “All Eyes on the House Judiciary”
The Special Counsel’s grand jury matches the timing of requests from two Senate committees, making this a double whammy for the beleaguered Trump administration.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller convened a grand jury in Washington D.C. recently. The Wall Street Journal broke the revelation on 3 August, quickly followed with more details from the NY Times and The Washington Post. The actual date of the grand jury is not specific other than a reference to “a few weeks ago.”
Lost in the newest headlines is a similar probe by two US Senate committees sent on 19 July, which would coincide with the time frame of Robert Mueller’s grand jury. Continue reading “DOUBLE WHAMMY: Mueller’s Grand Jury Coincides With Senate Requests for Info”