Senate Committee Delays Vote On William Barr Amid Democrats’ Considerations

WASHINGTON (Reuters) ― The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday postponed a vote on President Donald Trump’s lawyer basic nominee, William Barr, as Democrats expressed concern that he may not make public a last report on Particular Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, the committee’s chairman, mentioned a vote to ship Barr to the complete Senate for a affirmation vote can be delayed, together with different nominees being thought-about by the committee.

The vote will now happen on February 5, in accordance with a Democratic aide.