In light of the Mueller report on the president, the House Judiciary Committee voted to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress.
The report was released by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, detailing his investigation into the president. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh stopped by Hagerstown, Maryland to discuss current affairs and answer questions with the United Democrats of Washington County, touching on the status of the U.S. attorney general.
“And if he didn’t tell the truth, he’s not immune to congress’s discipline,” said Frosh, “and they can hold him in contempt of Congress. He’s also at risk of being sanctioned by the bar.”
The matter now moves to the full house for a vote.