Representative Jerrold Nadler of New York, the Judiciary Committee chairman, sent letters in March to 81 agencies, individuals and other entities tied to the president.

The American public is tired of these blatant political shenanigans, and such tactics will come back to bite the Democrats in 2020.

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Representative Jerrold Nadler of New York, the Judiciary Committee chairman, sent letters in March to 81 agencies, individuals and other entities tied to the president. They included the Trump Organization, the Trump campaign, the Trump Foundation, the presidential inaugural committee, and the White House. “The Justice Department and the F.B.I., which have collected substantial evidence on Mr. Trump’s behind-the-scenes interactions with federal investigators, were also recipients,” the New York Times has reported.

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It is clear that Nadler and his fellow Democrats are not waiting for the Mueller report: They are conducting their own investigation hoping to keep bogus allegations made against Trump in the spotlight thereby signaling their resignation over the Trump-Russian collusion claim.

Nadler’s intent seems evident to us—keep negative Trump “news” in the media until the 2020 election. Never mind the likelihood that most of the entities and individuals contacted will never provide any meaningful information—Nadler faces several legal obstacles including executive privilege that will block testimony.

The American public is tired of these blatant political shenanigans, and such tactics will come back to bite the Democrats in 2020.

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