December 15, 2019
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Trump Oversight Timeline
⟶ Updated 21 days ago ⟶
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The New York Times reports that Trump pressed Republicans Roy Blunt (R-MO), Richard Burr (R-NC), and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) to end the Senate's Russia inquiry.
Bannon appears before HPSCI under subpoena. He answered only 25 WH pre-approved questions, answered “no” to each and invoked presidential executive privilege to decline to answer further questions. Members of the committee considered seeking contempt of Congress charges
Mueller Concludes investigation and submits his report to AG Barr
AG Barr releases summary of key findings of Mueller Report. Barr stated that there is insufficient evidence that Trump obstructed justice or colluded with Russia, but did not exonerate him on obstruction
In a joint letter, the HPSCI demands that Mueller "must" brief them and provide "all materials, [...]obtained or produced".
HW&M chairman Richard Neal formally requests copies of Trump's tax returns from the IRS, with an April 10 deadline for response. By law, the committee has the authority to see anyone's confidential tax returns.
The HPSCI and HFSC issue subpoenas to multiple documents demanding documents related to Trump and possible money laundering by people in Russia and Eastern Europe.
Mueller report is released by AG Barr around 11 am. The report couldn't recommend criminal charges, per OLC policy against indicting a sitting president.
Former WH personnel security director Kline skips HORC hearing
Nadler issues a subpoena demanding delivery of the full Mueller Report
Trump asserts executive privilege over the full, unredacted Mueller Report
In a letter to HJC chairman Nadler, WH counsel Pat Cipollone states the WH will not comply with the Committee's March 4 letters requesting info and documents
Republican U.S. RepresentativeJustin Amash tweets "Few members of Congress have read the [Mueller] report", while becoming the first GOP congressperson calling for Trump's impeachment.
Judge Amit Mehta of the United States District Court for the DC rules that Mazars USA must comply with a subpoena issued by the HORC to turn over Trump's financial records
It is reported Jay Sekulow told Cohen to lie to Congress
McGahn fails to appear at hearing before HJC per subpoena
HJC announces a series of hearings related to the Mueller Report
Hicks and Donaldson are instructed by the Trump Administration to defy congressional subpoenas
HORC chairman demands notes taken by an aide, during meeting between Putin and Trump at the 2017 G20 Hamburg summit
DOJ attempts to discourage Aaron Zebley and James L. Quarles, two of Robert Mueller's deputies, from testifying before Congress
Mueller testifies before HPSCI and HJC.
Trump Admin invokes Executive Privilege to prevent release of full Mueller Report
HJC sues McGahn to testify before Congress
For the first time publicly, Nadler states the panel is conducting an impeachment inquiry into Trump.
The HJC issues subpoenas to Lewandowski and Dearborn to testify
The House Judiciary committee releases formal parameters of its impeachment investigation.
Reported that HPSCI, HORC, and HFAC are investigating reported efforts by Trump and Giuliani "to pressure Ukraine to assist" Trump's re-election campaign.
Mueller Appointed Special Counsel
AG Jeff Sessions recuses self from Russia Investigations .
Senators Lindsey Graham (R), Richard Blumenthal (D), Thom Tillis (R) and Chris Coons (D) unveil legislation designed to prevent Trump from firing Mueller
Trump Inaugurated .
HORC subpoenas Mazars accounting firm for Trump's financial records
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