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Lawyers for the Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee told a federal appeals court on Monday that secret grand jury materials from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe are needed for President Trump’s impeachment inquiry and likely Senate trial.
House Democrats, who have repeatedly pushed the Justice Department for the urgent release of the redacted materials, made the case for the documents’ continued relevance, even as the impeachment scope has narrowed. The Justice Department is arguing that the House should not have access to the documents.
The article goes on to state the following:
“The Department of Justice (DOJ) takes extraordinary positions in this case,” the House Judiciary Committee told the D.C. Circuit Court in a court filing on Monday. “It does so to avoid disclosing grand-jury material needed for the House’s impeachment of President Trump and the Senate’s trial to remove him from office.”
Democrats’ move on Monday signals they are doubling down on their argument that Mueller’s investigation on the Trump campaign’s alleged collusion with Russia “could prove critical to the impeachment inquiry,” The Hill reported.
DMLNewsApp founder Dennis Michael Lynch weighed in recently on the Democrats’ plan to impeach President Trump, and said this will only make the president stronger and benefit him going into the 2020 election.
“Dems impeaching Trump in the House will be a good thing for Trump – now Republicans must take it to trial in the Senate… and use it to put Obama and Biden on trial! Expose the corruption and the lies! This is the greatest thing that could happen to Trump for 2020,” Lynch said.
“Dems have been painting themselves into a corner for the longest time, and now that paint is going to dry!” he added.
WATCH his remarks in the video below:
— The Hill (@thehill) December 16, 2019
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