Former House counsels cast doubt on G...

Former House counsels cast doubt on GOP subpoena in justice bias probe

The House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees' investigation into possible bias among top Department of Justice and FBI officials appears to rely on an invalid subpoena, five previous House general counsels wrote in a letter to the leaders of the Judiciary Committee. That would jeopardize any court proceedings that could arise from it - including charging Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein for contempt of Congress, a threat issued in July by House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows of North Carolina.

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