Hakeem Jeffries: The House Judiciary Committee Is Not Doing Enough to Hold Trump Accountable

‘We in the House should do our job in overseeing the Department of Justice’


BLITZER: "Do you think your house community members is doing enough to hold. President accountable."
JEFFRIES: "Not at all. Though the chairman is a good man. Bob Goodlatte, the house Judiciary Committee has been missing in action as far as our responsibilities in terms of article I, independent and co-equal branch of government in the house of representatives, there are two sides to the United States Congress, and we in the house should do our job in overseeing the department of justice and the things that had happening as it relates to the investigation to ensure its Independence, to make sure that the president understands that both Democrats and Republicans stand united in wanting the American people to get the facts without interference from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue."

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