The Justice Department’s letter also would appear to put a damper on a subcommittee formally established last week to investigate the 'weaponization' of the federal government during the January 6 investigation and the Covid pandemic.
The House Judiciary Committee's investigation into a number of cases, including that of documents seized from President Trump's estate at Mar-a-Lago are likely to be stymied by the Justice Department. Department of Justice via AP
Mr. Norvell is Washington Editor of The New York Sun.
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