Vote Wednesday capped a day of ever-deepening dispute between congressional Democrats and Trump.
Attorney General faced sharp questioning from Senate Democrats who accused him of making misleading comments.
Despite the US president’s claims, the Mueller report didn’t exonerate him of obstruction of justice.
The committee voted 24-17 to give Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., permission to issue subpoenas to the Justice Department for the final report.
The Judiciary panel plans to vote on subpoenas Wednesday.
Accused those responsible for launching Mueller’s probe of “treasonous things against our country.”
Trump said the release of Mueller’s full report “wouldn’t bother me at all.”
It’s a decision that’s puzzled some former U.S. Justice Department officials.
At the White House, Trump said he felt “very badly” for Manafort but hadn’t given any thought to a pardon.
Trump’s former personal lawyer testified before Congress, and provided a damning depiction of his old boss.
The sentence was the culmination of a spectacular rise and fast fall of a lawyer who attached himself to the fortunes of his biggest client.
President is waiting until Sept. 27 meeting to figure out what’s going on.
Suggests Cohen could tell special counsel Robert Mueller that Trump knew about and encouraged Russian hacking.
He appeared to be trying to squirm out of trouble by saying he misspoke.
Penalties to the three suppliers total $11 million.