A vote regarding Attorney General William Barr has been reached in the House Judiciary Committee.
“This is not a step we take lightly,” House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, said before the vote. “This is a culmination of three months of requests, discussions and negotiations with the Department of Justice.”
Ultimately the committee voted 24-16 in favor of holding Barr in contempt of court.
It’s not over yet however, as the vote will move to the House of Representatives. Additionally President Trump is fighting back as well, issuing executive privilege over all of Mueller’s findings.