Democratic efforts to compel the release of the Mueller report to Congress from the Department of Justice ended as expected on Wednesday, but not without vocal pushback from Republicans.
A meeting of the House Judiciary Committee resulted in a party-line 24 to 17 vote to authorize a subpoena of special counsel Robert Mueller's report of his investigation and all the underlying evidence from Attorney General William Barr.
"Why are we here?" asked Judiciary member and Oversight Committee ranking...
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