Matthew Whitaker is the Acting Attorney General, appointed by President Trump on November 7, 2018. Whitaker replaces Jeff Sessions who resigned at the request of President Trump.
Whitaker was the former Chief of Staff to Sessions. As of February 14 2019, William Barr was confirmed by the Senate as Attorney General.
Former Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker will be staying with the Justice Department with William Barr’s confirmation.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler wants Acting AG Matthew Whitaker to return to answer additional questions.
After testifying before the House Judiciary Committee, Acting Attorney General goes to Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Acting Attorney General may have lied before the House Judiciary Committee. This is where he could face perjury charges.
Matthew Whitaker threatens he won’t appear before the House Judiciary Committee hearing under the threat of a subpoena.
Per Matthew Whitaker, Acting Attorney General, the Mueller investigation is almost complete.
Rep. Jerry Nadler releases the questions in advance for Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker to answer.
With William Barr testifying today, Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker agrees to testify before the House Judiciary Committee.
Matthew Whitaker is facing a subpoena from House Democrats as he continues to cite scheduling conflicts, avoiding to testify before the House in his enrollment regarding the Mueller investigation.
Acting AG Whitaker has lied numerous times about his academic credentials.
Acting AG Matthew Whitaker refuses to recuse himself from the Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigation.
Acting AG Matthew Whitaker was advised to recuse himself from the Robert Mueller investigation, he rejected that advice.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller faces a new battle as Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker is not required to recuse himself. Whitaker has been very critical of the Mueller Russia probe.
Former attorneys for the Department of Justice sign off on letter to remove Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker.
Adam Schiff, future leader of the House Intelligence Committee, has a “Schitt List” and you can add acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker to that list.
Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker received more than $1 million in salary for his non-profit, and who funded him is a mystery.
Two lawsuits have been filed to test the constitutionality of Matthew Whitaker’s appointment.
More than 1,600 attorneys nationwide have signed a letter directed to Congress to protect the Robert Mueller investigation.
The Justice Department has just released a legal memo approving the constitutionality of Matthew Whitaker as the Acting Attorney General.
Matt McCoy is a state Senator for Iowa and wrote an interesting piece on his experiences in being prosecuted by Matt Whitaker, the Acting Attorney General.
Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker is not only unfit for the job of AG, but his conflicts of interests and legal opinions, including wanting to end the Mueller investigation should result in an immediate replacement.
An appellate court has requested legal memos from Robert Mueller on how the firing of Jeff Sessions will affect Mueller’s ongoing case with Andrew Miller, a former associate of Roger Stone.
Next, is Matthew Whitaker, Sessions’ Chief of Staff and now Trump flunky, and if you think I’m exaggerating, Whitaker’s associates are saying that he will NOT accept any subpoenas for the President.
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