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Republicans push for House vote to force DOJ to release documents on Trump investigation

Republicans push for House vote to force DOJ to release documents on Trump investigation


“It's all about compelling DOJ to turn over documents so we could do proper oversight. If they have nothing to hide, turn over the documents,” Rep. Mark Meadows said on "The Ingraham Angle."

Republican lawmakers announced Tuesday they will be pushing for a vote to pass a resolution compelling the Department of Justice to stop the delays and release all remaining documents related to the Trump campaign probe.

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