Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson is confident there are enough votes in his panel to subpoena documents and testimony related to the Trump-Russia investigations.
Democrats on the committee have criticized the investigations as fishing expeditions taking up too much time amid the coronavirus pandemic. That’s a charge Johnson dismisses.
“I think the American people have heard the full truth in what happened in terms of corruption in the transition process, before the election during the transition, and afterwards as well,” the Wisconsin Republican told the Washington Examiner.
Thursday’s committee meeting will include discussions pertaining to potential