Rep. Jerry Nadler, the chair of the House Judiciary Committee said it was Attorney General William Barr’s decision, not the committee’s, to skip the hearing where Barr was scheduled to testify. “We cannot permit him or anybody in the administration to dictate how we function,” Nadler said. Barr had objected to being questioned by the committee’s lawyers during the hearing.

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