Vote Wednesday capped a day of ever-deepening dispute between congressional Democrats and Trump.
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.
His administration this week surprised many when it asked a federal appeals court to strike down Obama’s entire 2010 health care law.
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.
Trump launched a lengthy rant in which he claimed without citing evidence that McCain had pushed for a war and failed America’s veterans.
At the White House, Trump said he felt “very badly” for Manafort but hadn’t given any thought to a pardon.
Dems say he played on fear, not facts.
The US president will go on TV Tuesday evening and make his case for a southern border wall to the American people.
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.
The electoral map of the US could be shifting, as distinctions between red and blue states blur purple.