We always knew what the administration thought of Congress. Now Congress has documented its contempt, meticulously, in a report from the House Committee on the Judiciary. The document supports the resolution to declare administration officials in contempt of Congress for not providing documents and testimony on the firing of federal prosecutors. If you like political thrillers, give it a read. But think twice before you hit “print” – it’s 862 pages long!
The chair of the committee has given the White House one last chance to cooperate, but the administration continues to baulk at going on record. That’s business as usual – ain’t no sunshine till he’s gone.