WASHINGTON — Today, Senator Mike Braun asked Attorney General Merrick Garland if a special counsel is needed in the Hunter Biden investigation in a hearing of the Appropriations Committee.
Federal law instructs that a special counsel is warranted when there’s “conflict of interest for the Department,” or when doing so would support public confidence in the investigation. Senator Braun also asked AG Garland if he believed the investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into the Trump campaign was warranted.
Senator Braun also questioned the Attorney General on the escalating crisis at the southern border.
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