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The House Judiciary Committee will move forward with a scheduled hearing about the Mueller report Thursday without their only witness: Attorney General William Barr. The attorney general said he would not testify if House Democrats allowed committee lawyers to ask questions during a hearing on special counsel Robert Mueller's report. After the House Judiciary Committee voted to do so Wednesday, the Department of Justice said lawmakers were setting “unprecedented and unnecessary” conditions for the hearing. Barr answered questions about hiLihat Semua
s handling of Mueller's report Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
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