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U.S. House panel readies contempt vote against Barr over Mueller report

Reuters India Tuesday, 7 May 2019
Congressional Democrats moved closer on Monday to citing Attorney General William Barr for contempt of Congress over his failure to give them an unredacted version of the Mueller report, escalating a showdown with the White House.
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On Monday congressional Democrats moved closer to citing Attorney General William Barr for contempt of Congress over his failure to give them an unredacted version of the Mueller report, which is escalating the scene at the White House. Reuters reports that the Democratic-led House Judiciary...

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