House Republicans on Thursday put forth a resolution to authorize litigation against two Department of Justice tax division staffers who have been blocked from answering subpoenas to appear before the Judiciary Committee, the Washington Examiner reported Thursday.
Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, first issued subpoenas for litigation counsel Mark Daly and trial attorney Jack Morgan in September to give depositions about their roles in the DOJ’s investigation into Hunter Biden. The Justice Department has repeatedly declined to make the pair available.
House Republicans are expected to hold a floor vote next week to formalize the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, and “further steps” on compelling testimony from Daly and Morgan “will be determined after the House votes” on those resolutions, according to the Examiner.
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