[Ed. – Brilliant. That’s like a driver with no sense of geography getting in his car in New York and expecting to reach Los Angeles in ten minutes.]
The head of the House Judiciary Committee said Wednesday he is worried Attorney General William Barr will not meet Democrats’ deadline to turn over the findings of special counsel Robert Mueller‘s probe.
“I am very concerned that it is apparent that the Department [of Justice] will not meet the April 2 deadline that we set, and I’m very disturbed by that,” Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) told reporters Wednesday evening.
“I asked him when we would see it, and he couldn’t get specific. He said weeks, not months, as we’ve heard before,” he added.
Nadler, who insisted the early April date is a hard deadline, would not commit to whether he would immediately use a subpoena to compel Barr to provide the documents — though Democrats have threatened to use such power if their requests are not satisfied.
“We will wait until after April 2nd, and we will make those decisions,” he said.