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Holder Attempts to Avoid Contempt Vote [VIDEO]
Can he avoid being held in contempt of Congress? Attorney General Eric Holder is trying to, as Republicans continue targeting him over Fast and Furious.
FOX News Radio’s Jared Halpern reports from Washington:
A House Committee plans to vote tomorrow on a contempt of Congress resolution against the Attorney General, but first, the Republican who is leading that panel will sit down with Holder today.
Holder, offering California Republican Darrell Issa, what the Attorney General says is a serious, good faith effort to find an amicable resolution.
Issa warns Holder anything less than full compliance won’t delay that contempt vote.
Republicans have subpoenaed thousands of documents related to Fast and Furious, accusing the Justice Department of a cover-up.
In Washington, Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio.
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