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Chief Justice Paul L. Friedman criticizes Trump for attacking the independence of the judiciary

"We are on unfamiliar territory," said Friedman, 75, a representative of President Bill Clinton. "We are witnessing a chairman of the board who criticizes virtually every court decision that does not go in his direction and denigrates judges who rule against him, sometimes in very personal terms, and he sees the courts and the judicial system as obstacles that are …

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The Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives says it urgently needs documents from the grand jury of Müller

The Trump administration appealed against a ruling granting the house access to the details by Thursday. She calls on the courts to suspend the handing over of minutes, exhibits and currently edited details of the Grand Jury in the Müller Report. "The public interest requires a swift but thorough investigation into the impeachment process," wrote Parliament in its Tuesday statement. …

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The review of the investigative beginnings in Russia will be "broad and multifaceted," the judiciary said

The description was contained in a letter from the Department of Justice to House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler and was released on Monday when the committee began a separate hearing on the Müller report. Although the Attorney General has not elaborated on this letter, he has previously signaled that his review will include an investigation into the work of former …

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House Judiciary Committee initiates antitrust investigation

US. Representative David Cicilline, chairman of the Subcommittee on Antitrust Justice of the House Judiciary Committee and lead lawmaker of the investigation, can be seen here at a hearing on YouTube 2014. Photo: Cliff Owen (AP) Last week, the two federal agencies Antitrust enforcement powers – the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission – have apparently divided Silicon …

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The antitrust investigation by the House Judiciary Committee will take a comprehensive look at Big Tech

The democratically-led investigation is launched when, according to three familiar individuals, the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission take their first steps toward Google's own potential investigation. The regulators have been negotiating in recent weeks to divide the supervision of the tech industry between the two agencies, these people said. The two agencies have also reportedly split control …

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Julian Castro renews demand for impeachment of the president after ex-prosecutors claim that Trump has obstructed the judiciary

NEWMARKET, NH – The presidential candidate of 2020, Julian Castro, again called on the House of Representatives on Monday to bring an impeachment case against President Trump. Castro, a Democrat serving as mayor of San Antonio, Texas Before joining the then-presidential Obama administration as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, he presented hours after the publication of a statement by …

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William Barr's Testimony: Watch the Live Stream of the US Justice State at the Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing – Live Updates

Attorney General William Barr testified on Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee that Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller's report following the revelation on Tuesday revealed that Mueller Barr had faced his quadripartite characterization of the report. Lindsey Graham, chairman of the US Senate, opens In the remarks it is said that Mueller left it to Barr to decide whether the president …

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Pelosi: Barr wants to be 'obstructing Congress' if he does not appear before House Judiciary

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 …

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Obstruction of Justice: The tenfold Trump could have hampered the judiciary according to the Müller report

Although the Special Representative's report on Russia's interference does not conclude whether President Trump has obstructed justice, Robert Müller's team has investigated 10 "discrete acts" in which he may have done so. The report states that these 10 cases can be divided into "two phases that reflect a possible change in the President's motives." The first phase took place before …

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