DOJ Taps Lawyer to Oversee Long-Overdue Subpoena Fulfillment

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions appointed a U.S. attorney from Chicago to supervise the Department of Justice (DOJ) compliance with House Judicial Committee subpoenas for documents on the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server and alleged surveillance abuses during the 2016 election. Sessions and FBI Director Christopher Wray tapped U.S. Attorney John Lausch of the Northern District of Illinois to oversee the DOJ’s efforts to turn over thousands of documents to the House Committee on the Judiciary.



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