House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Nancy Patricia D 'Alesandro PelosiGrassley to Trump: Lifting Tariffs or new NAFTA deal is' dead' Omar hits back at Meghan McCain over criticism after synagogue shooting: 'Bless her heart' The Hill's Morning Report – Biden, Trump vie for Rust Belt voters MORE (D-Calif.) Said Monday that Attorney General William Barr William Pelham Barr The Hill's Morning Report – Biden, Trump for Rust Belt voters MORE would be "obstructing Congress" if he fails to appear before the House Judiciary Committee this week, according to the Associated Press.
Barrister is to testify Robert Mueller Robert (Bob) Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russia sample MORE 's findings, but has clashed with committee leadership on whether he wants
In response, Pelosi said he can not "tell the committee how to conduct his interviews," according to the AP.
"The attorney general of the United States is not the president's." personal lawyer, and he should act as the attorney general of the United States and honor his responsibilities.
On Sunday, Barr warned House Democrats that he did not appear before the panel for the hearing.
"The Attorney General agreed to appear before Congress. Therefore, Members of Congress should be happy to engage with Members on their questions regarding the Mueller report. "
Mueller's report was released in April redacted form 19, but House Democrats have subpoenaed the Justice Department for the full, unredacted version and contributing evidence. "Democrats have accused the Mueller report in his summary of the report to lawmakers, and remarks at a press conference ahead of
Jerrold Nadler Jerrold (Jerry) Lewis NadlerSome 21 questions for Robert Mueller Klobuchar on impeachment: 'I' m the jury 'MORE (DN.Y.), who said Sunday, "The witness is not going to tell the committee how to conduct its hearing, period."  Needler thus threatened to subpoena Barr and "use whatever means to be able to enforce the subpoena"