But it's still possible that they could come to a deal by Thursday, which could mean Barr could finally show it.
The Ministry of Justice did not comment on this immediately.
Democratic chairman Jerry Nadler from New York wants to allow everything Members of his committee at the hearing on Thursday have a five-minute round of polls, depending on the source. He also wants to allow a subsequent 30-minute round of polls for each page, allowing the advisory boards of the two parties to question themselves during their respective rounds.
Nadler also suggests that the committee hold a closed session discussing the sections of the report that were revised.
But Barr has rejected these suggestions for additional rounds of inquiry, the source said. The Department of Justice told Nadler's office that Barr did not want committee committee members to question him, the source said. The attorney general is threatened not to appear next week if Nadler follows this format. He also opposed the idea of holding a closed session to discuss the full report.
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Barr is due Wednesday on the Senate Judiciary Committee and on Thursday. And he is still expected to attend the Senate hearing.
While Lindsey Graham, chairman of the US Department of Justice in the State of South Carolina, has supported Barr's handling of the Mueller report, the controversy surrounding the statement is the latest in a series of disputes between Nadler and Barr over the special investigation ,
Nadler has issued a subpoena for the unredacted Müller report and the underlying evidence of the solicitor and is ready to go to court to obtain the documents if Barr does not comply. Barr offered to allow selected congressional leaders to see a less revamped version of the Mueller report, obscuring only the material of the grand jury, but the Democrats rejected that suggestion.
But the dispute between Barr and Democrats goes deeper than the report. The Democrats slammed Barr's dealings with the end of the Mueller investigation and accused him of publishing a letter misrepresenting Müller's findings on both collusion and disability issues and suspicion that Trump would not be prosecuted, after Mueller had come to no conclusion about Trump. Barr's decision to hold a press conference the morning before the release of the report was considered by the Democrats as an obvious attempt to spy on the President's Defense Report.
Barr's planned testimony comes before House Democratic plans that Mueller should appear next month to discuss the report and the investigation. If Barr does not appear before the House Judiciary Committee, it is not clear how this would affect the panel's plans for Muller's statement. Graham said he does not want to hear from Mueller himself, because that would be too much circus.