- At the opening of a Senate hearing about the Mueller report, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham announced plans to investigate law enforcement officials who he believes had an anti-Trump bias and helped initiate the Russia investigation.
- Graham said, “Once the Mueller report is put to bed, and it will be soon, this committee is going to look long and hard at how all of this started.”
- On Wednesday, the committee convened to question Attorney General William Barr about Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
- Graham and other Republicans have said the Mueller report exonerates President Trump of any misdeeds.
- Democrats believe the report points to various instances of obstruction of justice committed by the president.
- Graham pointed to the fact that Trump was cooperative throughout the Russia probe.