Chris Coons: We Should Not Be Proceeding Until We Have the Full Documents

‘We should not be proceeding until we have the full documents that allow us to review the judge’s records’

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COONS: "Mr. Chairman, if I might add an additional point I agree with my colleague, it is striking, given your long history of encouraging the executive branch to treat minority requests equal with majority requests, that you discouraged The National Archives from responding to ranking member Feinstein’s request which she tried to craft with you to be identical to the request for records from Justice Kagan. We should not be proceeding until we have the full documents that allow us to review the Judge’s records."

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