Lindsay Graham: I’ll Only Vote to Open Mueller Report to Public if DOJ Reopens Hillary Clinton Investigation

Donald Trump received a massive rebuke from Senate Republicans who today, voted down his emergency declaration. Trump has already said that he plans to veto their rebuttal.

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Another upcoming vote concerns the release of the Robert Mueller report. Earlier today, the House of Representatives unanimously voted 420-0 to have Mueller’s findings released to the public. The vote now moves to the Senate.

Senator Linsday Graham (R-SC) has said he will vote for the bill on one condition. That the Department of Justice reopens investigations into Hillary Clinton’s emails and Carter Page’s FISA warrant.

Bloomberg’s, Steven Dennis, tweets, “LINDSEY GRAHAM in statement OPPOSES resolution calling for public release of the Mueller report UNLESS IT ALSO CALLS FOR A NEW SPECIAL COUNSEL to investigate DOJ handling of HILLARY CLINTON EMAILS and CARTER PAGE FISA warrant.”

Many Republicans have long hoped for the Hillary Clinton email investigation to be reopened. It will be interesting to see if more Senators join Graham in this request.

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