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US attorney general tells House Republicans: 'I am not Congress's prosecutor'

  • Attorney General Garland reaffirmed the Justice Department's commitment to independence and defending democracy, stating that they will not be intimidated or influenced by external forces.
  • Garland emphasized that the Justice Department's responsibility is to uphold the law without political bias or interference, stating that they do not take orders from the President, Congress, or anyone else regarding criminal investigations.
  • The appointment of Special Counsel Jack Smith, indictments of former President Trump, and scrutiny over the handling of the Hunter Biden tax investigation have drawn criticism from Republicans, highlighting the challenges faced by the Justice Department in balancing public scrutiny and legitimate oversight.
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