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A brief overview of Chairman Nadler’s opening questions to Matthew Whitaker

By Nathan Ouellette

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Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker appeared before the House Judiciary Committee Friday to answer questions on his oversight of the Mueller investigation while serving at the Justice Department. Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler’s opening questions led to an at times contentious back and forth between the two, capped by Whitaker informing the Chair his time had run out.

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