Special counsel Robert Mueller's 300-plus-hundred-page report was summarized by AG Barr to reveal no evidence of President Trump's campaign conspiring with Russian Federation to meddle in the 2016 presidential election.
"Nunes" move is an escalation by Trump's allies in Congress to pivot from Mueller's still-unreleased findings to the conduct of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department investigators who initiated the Russian Federation probe", Politico reports.
Barr has suggested there may have been "improper surveillance" on President Trump's 2016 campaign and said he was "looking into it".
The chairman of the House judiciary committee on Sunday said a report filed by special counsel Robert Mueller could contain "proof of some very bad deeds" and warned that the entire document must be made available to Congress.
Khloe Kardashian invites ex Tristan Thompson to daughter's party
I remember Kourtney and Kim telling me before she was born, 'You're never going to take a bath again!' And it's like, 'What are they talking about? "Can we slow down time?" - BANG! The party came nearly a year to the day Tristan was accused of being unfaithful for the first time, when he kissed another woman days before True was born.
According to a report from Politico, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is making plans to meet behind the scenes with newly appointed Attorney General Bill Barr to set the stage for launching investigations into Justice Department officials who took part into the inquiry into President Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.
"It would be one thing if you put out a letter and said, 'I'm not going to give you the report, '" Rosenstein said.
Last month, Barr released a summary of Mueller's findings, almost 48 hours after the special counsel's investigation was completed.
The president's latest comments come days after he called the probe an attempted "coup", while Barr promised to investigate FBI "spying" on Trump. "And that's for Congress to judge whether the president obstructed justice or not, and the public ultimately". The attorney general indicated in his summary that he found no reason to press a criminal charge against the president.