Responding to subpoenas, Mueller will testify on July 17 before both the House Intelligence Committee and the House Judiciary Committee.
"When a congressional committee issues a subpoena, compliance is not optional," said Nadler, on urging House members to vote for the resolution.
The House still won’t have a full unredacted version of the Mueller Report, but will receive an abundance of documents pertaining to the investigation.
His dense report will never be read by most Americans, but Mueller is uniquely situated to educate the public about its content by testifying publicly.
Attorney General William Barr is one step closer to being held in contempt of Congress. The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday voted to advance a contempt resolution against Barr to the full House, which will vote ...
Nadler said that President Donald Trump had refused to hand over a single sheet of paper that has been requested -- a radical departure from past practice.