"While the committee appreciates your decision to be seen, members on both sides of the aisle found that many of your responses were unsatisfactory, incomplete or incomplete by other evidence," read the Nadler letter. "You have repeatedly offered to offer clear answers regarding your communication with the White House, and you were inconsistent in the Department's policy application that deals with ongoing investigations."
The letter from Nadler continues on and forth between the House of Democrats and the Whitaker, President Donald Trump succeeded in directing the Department of Justice on an interim basis after Attorney General Jeff Sessions to close. Follow the fiery hearing last Friday with a public space over Whitaker's appearance and a subpoena threat from Nadler to facilitate evidence.
In the letter of Wednesday, Nadler stated exchanges from the hearing he was dissatisfied, including moments when members of the Conference on Whitaker asked about his conversations he had reported with Trump to a former solicitor President Michael Cohen.
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The letter concluded that the Nadler team and the Department would succeed Justice worked for "reasonable accommodation" for more information, but allowed Whitaker to be lodged.