Developing: DOJ Unwilling to Make Investigator John Huber Available for Today’s Hearing on Clinton Foundation Abuses
The House Oversight Subcommittee on Government Operations is holding a hearing on Capitol Hill Thursday on the Clinton Foundation.
Mark Meadows (R-NC), the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Government Operations, will lead the hearing today. Three Clinton Foundation whistleblowers are speaking today. And Tom Fitton from Judicial Watch is also testifying.
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Democrats brought in a “whistle-blower” from the Trump Foundation to testify at the hearing today.
Mark Meadows made clear to the Democrats and audience: “I think we should look at all foundations. We have the $2.5 billion of the Clinton Foundation versus the $19 million of the Trump Foundation.”
The Trump Foundation gave away more money than was collected.
Democrats are hoping to change the subject at the hearing today away from the Clinton crime cartel.
Meadows told the audience today that the Department of Justice was unwilling to make John Huber available for the hearing today. Huber was assigned months ago by then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate several controversies about Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation