House Judiciary chair says they'll subpoena Mueller report if necessary

“If necessary, our committee will subpoena the report. If necessary, we’ll get Mueller to testify,” Rep. Jerry Nadler, a New York Democrat, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper on “Anderson Cooper 360.” “The American people need the information here.”…

Nadler told CNN on Wednesday that Barr is “obviously there to protect the President” and the nominee had “made it pretty clear he would not release the Mueller report to the public, and that’s unacceptable.” He said Barr had made it clear he would “only release certain information — that he was going to be the judge of that.”

“The public needs all the facts,” Nadler said, “and we can’t have it filtered through someone who may be very partisan.”