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Trey Gowdy
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Has covered-up for Trump 54 times
Member of the: Judiciary & Oversight and Government Reform & Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Committees
Member of the: Judiciary & Oversight and Government Reform & Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Committees

Trey Gowdy

Has covered-up for Trump

54

Times

Trey Gowdy has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Committee Vote to Disclose Nunes Memo

    On January 29, 2018, Republican members of House Pemanent Select Committee on Intelligence voted to release a memo drafted by the majority alleging FBI misconduct in an application for a FISA wiretap warrant on members of the Trump presidential campaign.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 1/29/2018

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security for documents related to Russian government-backed efforts to interfere with elections in 21 states. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 29, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 11/18/2016

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence regarding concerns about potential conflicts of interest on the part of incoming National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 18, 2016.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

Blake Farenthold
TX-27
27
Has covered-up for Trump 53 times
Member of the: Judiciary & Oversight and Government Reform & Transportation and Infrastructure Committees
Member of the: Judiciary & Oversight and Government Reform & Transportation and Infrastructure Committees

Blake Farenthold

Has covered-up for Trump

53

Times

Blake Farenthold has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 1/29/2018

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security for documents related to Russian government-backed efforts to interfere with elections in 21 states. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 29, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 11/18/2016

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence regarding concerns about potential conflicts of interest on the part of incoming National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 18, 2016.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

  • No hearings held to date by the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee

Jim Jordan
OH-4
4
Has covered-up for Trump 53 times
Member of the: Judiciary & Oversight and Government Reform Committees
Member of the: Judiciary & Oversight and Government Reform Committees

Jim Jordan

Has covered-up for Trump

53

Times

Jim Jordan has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 1/29/2018

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security for documents related to Russian government-backed efforts to interfere with elections in 21 states. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 29, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 11/18/2016

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence regarding concerns about potential conflicts of interest on the part of incoming National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 18, 2016.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

Darrell Issa
CA-49
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Has covered-up for Trump 50 times
Member of the: Foreign Affairs & Judiciary & Oversight and Government Reform Committees
Member of the: Foreign Affairs & Judiciary & Oversight and Government Reform Committees

Darrell Issa

Has covered-up for Trump

50

Times

Darrell Issa has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 1/29/2018

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security for documents related to Russian government-backed efforts to interfere with elections in 21 states. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 29, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 11/18/2016

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence regarding concerns about potential conflicts of interest on the part of incoming National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 18, 2016.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

  • No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

Ron DeSantis
FL-6
6
Has covered-up for Trump 50 times
Member of the: Foreign Affairs & Judiciary & Oversight and Government Reform Committees
Member of the: Foreign Affairs & Judiciary & Oversight and Government Reform Committees

Ron DeSantis

Has covered-up for Trump

50

Times

Ron DeSantis has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 1/29/2018

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security for documents related to Russian government-backed efforts to interfere with elections in 21 states. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 29, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 11/18/2016

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence regarding concerns about potential conflicts of interest on the part of incoming National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 18, 2016.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

  • No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

John Rutherford
FL-4
4
Has covered-up for Trump 39 times
Member of the: Homeland Security & Veterans' Affairs & Judiciary Committees
Member of the: Homeland Security & Veterans' Affairs & Judiciary Committees

John Rutherford

Has covered-up for Trump

39

Times

John Rutherford has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 235 - ELECTION SECURITY

    This Resolution of Inquiry directed the secretary of Homeland Security to transmit documents related to Russian election interference to the House.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/6/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats requested a hearing on the nation’s counterintelligence processes following revelations that then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn was under investigation for lying to federal law enforcement. No such hearing has taken place. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 6, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 7/11/2017

    Homeland Security Ranking Member Bennie Thompson wrote a letter to President Trump demanding he clarify his statements regarding his plan to set up an “impenetrable Cyber Security Unit” with Russia. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 11, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 11/16/2017

    Homeland Security Ranking Member Bennie Thompson and House Administration Ranking Member Robert Brady – leaders of the Election Security Task Force – sent a letter to the House Appropriations Committee to request that the remaining $400 million from the Help America Vote Act of 2002 be appropriated to the states to secure their elections infrastructure. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 16, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

  • No hearings held to date by the Homeland Security Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Homeland Security Committee

Dennis Ross
FL-15
15
Has covered-up for Trump 38 times
Member of the: Financial Services & Oversight and Government Reform Committees
Member of the: Financial Services & Oversight and Government Reform Committees

Dennis Ross

Has covered-up for Trump

38

Times

Dennis Ross has acted against the following:
  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 3/10/2017

    Financial Services Ranking Member Maxine Waters sent a letter to Chairman Jeb Hensarling calling for the committee to investigate Deutsche Bank’s Russian money-laundering operation, and assess the integrity of the Department of Justice’s ongoing investigation into the scheme, given the Trump administration’s conflicts of interest in the matter and the recent revelations of Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ communications with the Russian ambassador. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 5/23/2017 to Treasury Dept.

  • Letter on finances sent 5/23/2017 to Deutsche Bank

  • Letter on finances sent 6/21/2017

    Financial Services Ranking Member Maxine Waters and top committee Democrats sent a letter to Deutsche Bank’s counsel calling on the bank not to withhold information requested regarding its internal reviews of the Russia money-laundering scheme and the personal accounts of President Trump and his family members. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 7/18/2017

    Financial Services Ranking Member Maxine Waters sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions calling on him to recuse himself from any investigations into Deutsche Bank’s Russian mirror trading and any loans the bank provided to President Trump or his family. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 18, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 12/1/2017

    Financial Services Ranking Member Maxine Waters wrote to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to request information on the status of the Department of Justice’s investigation into Deutsche Bank’s Russian mirror trading scheme, Attorney General Jeff Session’s involvement in the investigation, and whether President Trump or his family members or associates sought to influence the investigation. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 1/29/2018

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security for documents related to Russian government-backed efforts to interfere with elections in 21 states. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 29, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 11/18/2016

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence regarding concerns about potential conflicts of interest on the part of incoming National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 18, 2016.

  • No hearings held to date by the Financial Services Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Financial Services Committee

Jim Sensenbrenner
WI-5
5
Has covered-up for Trump 38 times
Member of the: Foreign Affairs & Judiciary Committees
Member of the: Foreign Affairs & Judiciary Committees

Jim Sensenbrenner

Has covered-up for Trump

38

Times

Jim Sensenbrenner has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

  • No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

Lamar Smith
TX-21
21
Has covered-up for Trump 38 times
Member of the: Science, Space, and Technology & Judiciary & Homeland Security Committees
Member of the: Science, Space, and Technology & Judiciary & Homeland Security Committees

Lamar Smith

Has covered-up for Trump

38

Times

Lamar Smith has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/6/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats requested a hearing on the nation’s counterintelligence processes following revelations that then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn was under investigation for lying to federal law enforcement. No such hearing has taken place. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 6, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 7/11/2017

    Homeland Security Ranking Member Bennie Thompson wrote a letter to President Trump demanding he clarify his statements regarding his plan to set up an “impenetrable Cyber Security Unit” with Russia. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 11, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 11/16/2017

    Homeland Security Ranking Member Bennie Thompson and House Administration Ranking Member Robert Brady – leaders of the Election Security Task Force – sent a letter to the House Appropriations Committee to request that the remaining $400 million from the Help America Vote Act of 2002 be appropriated to the states to secure their elections infrastructure. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 16, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

  • No hearings held to date by the Homeland Security Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Homeland Security Committee

Steve Chabot
OH-1
1
Has covered-up for Trump 38 times
Member of the: Small Business & Foreign Affairs & Judiciary Committees
Member of the: Small Business & Foreign Affairs & Judiciary Committees

Steve Chabot

Has covered-up for Trump

38

Times

Steve Chabot has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

  • No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

Ted Poe
TX-2
2
Has covered-up for Trump 38 times
Member of the: Foreign Affairs & Judiciary Committees
Member of the: Foreign Affairs & Judiciary Committees

Ted Poe

Has covered-up for Trump

38

Times

Ted Poe has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

  • No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

Tom Marino
PA-10
10
Has covered-up for Trump 38 times
Member of the: Foreign Affairs & Judiciary Committees
Member of the: Foreign Affairs & Judiciary Committees

Tom Marino

Has covered-up for Trump

38

Times

Tom Marino has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

  • No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

Bob Goodlatte
VA-6
6
Has covered-up for Trump 37 times
Member of the: Judiciary & Agriculture Committees
Member of the: Judiciary & Agriculture Committees

Bob Goodlatte

Has covered-up for Trump

37

Times

Bob Goodlatte has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

John Ratcliffe
TX-4
4
Has covered-up for Trump 37 times
Member of the: Judiciary & Homeland Security & Ethics Committees
Member of the: Judiciary & Homeland Security & Ethics Committees

John Ratcliffe

Has covered-up for Trump

37

Times

John Ratcliffe has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/6/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats requested a hearing on the nation’s counterintelligence processes following revelations that then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn was under investigation for lying to federal law enforcement. No such hearing has taken place. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 6, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 7/11/2017

    Homeland Security Ranking Member Bennie Thompson wrote a letter to President Trump demanding he clarify his statements regarding his plan to set up an “impenetrable Cyber Security Unit” with Russia. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 11, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 11/16/2017

    Homeland Security Ranking Member Bennie Thompson and House Administration Ranking Member Robert Brady – leaders of the Election Security Task Force – sent a letter to the House Appropriations Committee to request that the remaining $400 million from the Help America Vote Act of 2002 be appropriated to the states to secure their elections infrastructure. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 16, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

  • No hearings held to date by the Homeland Security Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Homeland Security Committee

Raul Labrador
ID-1
1
Has covered-up for Trump 37 times
Member of the: Judiciary & Natural Resources Committees
Member of the: Judiciary & Natural Resources Committees

Raul Labrador

Has covered-up for Trump

37

Times

Raul Labrador has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

Andy Biggs
AZ-5
5
Has covered-up for Trump 36 times
Member of the: Judiciary & Science, Space, and Technology Committees
Member of the: Judiciary & Science, Space, and Technology Committees

Andy Biggs

Has covered-up for Trump

36

Times

Andy Biggs has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

Louie Gohmert
TX-1
1
Has covered-up for Trump 36 times
Member of the: Judiciary & Natural Resources Committees
Member of the: Judiciary & Natural Resources Committees

Louie Gohmert

Has covered-up for Trump

36

Times

Louie Gohmert has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

Martha Roby
AL-2
2
Has covered-up for Trump 36 times
Member of the: Appropriations & Judiciary Committees
Member of the: Appropriations & Judiciary Committees

Martha Roby

Has covered-up for Trump

36

Times

Martha Roby has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 11/16/2017

    Homeland Security Ranking Member Bennie Thompson and House Administration Ranking Member Robert Brady – leaders of the Election Security Task Force – sent a letter to the House Appropriations Committee to request that the remaining $400 million from the Help America Vote Act of 2002 be appropriated to the states to secure their elections infrastructure. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 16, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

Matt Gaetz
FL-1
1
Has covered-up for Trump 36 times
Member of the: Armed Services & Budget & Judiciary Committees
Rep. Gaetz has authored legislative language that calls for special counsel Robert Mueller to resign.
Member of the: Armed Services & Budget & Judiciary Committees

Matt Gaetz

Has covered-up for Trump

36

Times

Matt Gaetz has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

Mike Johnson
LA-4
4
Has covered-up for Trump 36 times
Member of the: Judiciary & Natural Resources Committees
Member of the: Judiciary & Natural Resources Committees

Mike Johnson

Has covered-up for Trump

36

Times

Mike Johnson has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

Steve King
IA-4
4
Has covered-up for Trump 35 times
Member of the: Agriculture & Judiciary & Small Business Committees
Member of the: Agriculture & Judiciary & Small Business Committees

Steve King

Has covered-up for Trump

35

Times

Steve King has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 111 - FINANCES

    On February 28, 2017, Representative Jerrold Nadler introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 111). H.Res. 111 would have directed the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with information related to the president’s financial practices and the ties between his campaign advisers and the Russian regime. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 9, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 446 - COMEY

    On July 14, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 446). H.Res 446 sought information from the White House and the Department of Justice related to the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the removal of former FBI Director James Comey, and any recordings the White House may have made of conversations between Director Comey and President Trump. During a markup on July 26, 2017, the Republicans voted to strike the content of the resolution and substitute a request for information on a wide range of allegations concerning Hillary Clinton.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

Will Hurd
TX-23
23
Has covered-up for Trump 35 times
Member of the: Homeland Security & Oversight and Government Reform & Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Committees
Member of the: Homeland Security & Oversight and Government Reform & Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Committees

Will Hurd

Has covered-up for Trump

35

Times

Will Hurd has acted against the following:
  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/6/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats requested a hearing on the nation’s counterintelligence processes following revelations that then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn was under investigation for lying to federal law enforcement. No such hearing has taken place. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 6, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 7/11/2017

    Homeland Security Ranking Member Bennie Thompson wrote a letter to President Trump demanding he clarify his statements regarding his plan to set up an “impenetrable Cyber Security Unit” with Russia. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 11, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 11/16/2017

    Homeland Security Ranking Member Bennie Thompson and House Administration Ranking Member Robert Brady – leaders of the Election Security Task Force – sent a letter to the House Appropriations Committee to request that the remaining $400 million from the Help America Vote Act of 2002 be appropriated to the states to secure their elections infrastructure. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 16, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 1/29/2018

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security for documents related to Russian government-backed efforts to interfere with elections in 21 states. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 29, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 11/18/2016

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence regarding concerns about potential conflicts of interest on the part of incoming National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 18, 2016.

  • No hearings held to date by the Homeland Security Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Homeland Security Committee

Doug Collins
GA-9
9
Has covered-up for Trump 34 times
Member of the: Judiciary & Rules Committees
Member of the: Judiciary & Rules Committees

Doug Collins

Has covered-up for Trump

34

Times

Doug Collins has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • H.Res. 488 - COMEY

    On July 28, 2017, Representatives Pramila Jayapal and David Cicilline introduced a resolution of inquiry (H. Res. 488). H. Res. 488 was nearly identical to H. Res. 446. During a markup on September 7, 2017, Chairman Bob Goodlatte “called the previous question,” shutting down debate and denying Democrats an opportunity to discuss or amend the resolution further.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

Ken Buck
CO-4
4
Has covered-up for Trump 34 times
Member of the: Judiciary & Rules Committees
Member of the: Judiciary & Rules Committees

Ken Buck

Has covered-up for Trump

34

Times

Ken Buck has acted against the following:
  • H.Res. 184 - COMMUNICATIONS

    On March 9, 2017, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 184). H.Res. 184 would have requested the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to communications between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on March 29, 2017.

  • H.Res. 203 - WIRETAPPING

    On March 16, 2017, Representative Mike Quigley introduced a resolution of inquiry (H.Res. 203) directing the president and the attorney general to provide the House of Representatives with certain documents relating to President Trump’s allegation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election. The Republicans rejected the resolution during a markup on April 6, 2017.

  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • Request to Allow Judiciary to View Source Materials

    On January 30, 2018, Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to table a request from Ranking Member Nadler asking the committee move into executive session to allow all members of the committee to view the source documents underlying the Nunes memo.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing Phillips calling for a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his comments to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had met with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 2, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 3/10/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte urging him to conduct greater oversight of the Trump administration with respect to ongoing connections between his associates and the Russian government. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 10, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 7/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding answers on meetings between Trump campaign officials and Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/9/2017

    Top House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe urging the Department of Justice and FBI to preserve Russia investigation documents and materials related to the Comey firing. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 9, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 7/20/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte regarding the fairness and credibility of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 20, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 9/15/2017

    All House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte after Republicans sabotaged a markup of Representatives David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal’s resolution of inquiry that asked the Trump administration to release information pertaining to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Sessions' involvement in that decision. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent September 15, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 12/18/2017

    House Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting that the committee hold hearings on Trump’s threat to abuse his pardon power. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 18, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 2/1/2018

    The ranking member of the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte, requesting a hearing about the Nunes memo from the FBI in order to understand the implications of making it public against the FBI's wishes. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/11/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent Chairman Bob Goodlatte a letter expressing concern regarding President Trump's firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 11, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/2/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn urging President Trump not to block Comey's testimony, reminding him that doing so would be a baseless assertion of privilege that would be seen as an effort to obstruct the truth. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 2, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/12/2017

    Judiciary Democrats wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to provide the committee with information relating to his knowledge of recent charges by Mr. Comey regarding improper conduct by President Trump and the veracity of the attorney general’s disclosure regarding meeting with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 12, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 7/12/2017

    All seventeen Democratic members on the House Committee on the Judiciary wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to request information about his decision to abruptly settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a money laundering case that the Department of Justice abruptly settled that involved Russia sanctions, New York real estate holdings, and the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during a June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent July 12, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/24/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging a hearing on President Trump’s potential violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 12/1/2017

    Judiciary Committee Democrats requested an urgent briefing on election security from the Department of Justice. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 1, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 2/8/2018

    The Democrats on the House Judiciary committee sent a letter to Chairman Goodlatte requesting hearings from the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State on vulnerabilities in the voting system and the agencies' plans to fix them. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 8, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 2/17/2017

    Judiciary Ranking Member John Conyers and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries led all Democratic House Judiciary members in sending a letter to the Department of Justice inspector general to call for an investigation into potential Trump administration threats to whistleblowers and to investigate conflicts of interest that may arise with Attorney General Jeff Sessions leading the department’s investigation over these matters, given his close involvement with the Trump campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 17, 2017.

Mark Meadows
NC-11
11
Has covered-up for Trump 33 times
Member of the: Foreign Affairs & Oversight and Government Reform & Transportation and Infrastructure Committees
Member of the: Foreign Affairs & Oversight and Government Reform & Transportation and Infrastructure Committees

Mark Meadows

Has covered-up for Trump

33

Times

Mark Meadows has acted against the following:
  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 1/29/2018

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security for documents related to Russian government-backed efforts to interfere with elections in 21 states. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 29, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 11/18/2016

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence regarding concerns about potential conflicts of interest on the part of incoming National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 18, 2016.

  • No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Foreign Affairs Committee

  • No hearings held to date by the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee

Jimmy Duncan
TN-2
2
Has covered-up for Trump 32 times
Member of the: Oversight and Government Reform & Transportation and Infrastructure Committees
Member of the: Oversight and Government Reform & Transportation and Infrastructure Committees

Jimmy Duncan

Has covered-up for Trump

32

Times

Jimmy Duncan has acted against the following:
  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 1/29/2018

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security for documents related to Russian government-backed efforts to interfere with elections in 21 states. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 29, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 11/18/2016

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence regarding concerns about potential conflicts of interest on the part of incoming National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 18, 2016.

  • No hearings held to date by the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee

Mark Sanford
SC-1
1
Has covered-up for Trump 32 times
Member of the: Budget & Oversight and Government Reform & Transportation and Infrastructure Committees
Member of the: Budget & Oversight and Government Reform & Transportation and Infrastructure Committees

Mark Sanford

Has covered-up for Trump

32

Times

Mark Sanford has acted against the following:
  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 1/29/2018

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security for documents related to Russian government-backed efforts to interfere with elections in 21 states. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 29, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 11/18/2016

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence regarding concerns about potential conflicts of interest on the part of incoming National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 18, 2016.

  • No hearings held to date by the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee

Mark Walker
NC-6
6
Has covered-up for Trump 32 times
Member of the: House Administration & Oversight and Government Reform Committees
Member of the: House Administration & Oversight and Government Reform Committees

Mark Walker

Has covered-up for Trump

32

Times

Mark Walker has acted against the following:
  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 11/16/2017

    Homeland Security Ranking Member Bennie Thompson and House Administration Ranking Member Robert Brady – leaders of the Election Security Task Force – sent a letter to the House Appropriations Committee to request that the remaining $400 million from the Help America Vote Act of 2002 be appropriated to the states to secure their elections infrastructure. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 16, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 1/29/2018

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security for documents related to Russian government-backed efforts to interfere with elections in 21 states. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 29, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 11/18/2016

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence regarding concerns about potential conflicts of interest on the part of incoming National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 18, 2016.

Paul Mitchell
MI-10
10
Has covered-up for Trump 32 times
Member of the: Education and the Workforce & Oversight and Government Reform & Transportation and Infrastructure Committees
Member of the: Education and the Workforce & Oversight and Government Reform & Transportation and Infrastructure Committees

Paul Mitchell

Has covered-up for Trump

32

Times

Paul Mitchell has acted against the following:
  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic members of 21 House committees sent a letter urging House Speaker Paul Ryan to join them in demanding documents about President-Elect Donald Trump’s worldwide business dealings. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 12, 2017.

  • Letter on election protectionn/cyber security sent 12/14/2017

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to Chairmen Gowdy and Goodlatte asking them to subpoena information from Cambridge Analytica and another data firm, Giles-Parscale, about their potential engagement with foreign actors during the 2016 campaign. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent December 14, 2017.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 1/29/2018

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security for documents related to Russian government-backed efforts to interfere with elections in 21 states. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 29, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 3/27/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica requesting information on the extent to which foreign nationals employed by them may have worked on US elections from 2014 on. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 27, 2018.

  • Letter on election protection/cyber security sent 4/10/2018

    The Ranking Members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Intelligence, House Administration, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs committees sent a letter to Speaker Ryan requesting assistance in receiving documents from the White House regarding attacks on voting systems during the 2016 election. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 10, 2018.

  • Letter on conflicts of interest sent 11/18/2016

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence regarding concerns about potential conflicts of interest on the part of incoming National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent November 18, 2016.

  • No hearings held to date by the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee

    No hearings held to date by the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee

Thomas Massie
KY-4
4
Has covered-up for Trump 32 times
Member of the: Oversight and Government Reform & Science, Space, and Technology & Transportation and Infrastructure Committees
Member of the: Oversight and Government Reform & Science, Space, and Technology & Transportation and Infrastructure Committees

Thomas Massie

Has covered-up for Trump

32

Times

Thomas Massie has acted against the following:
  • Eshoo Discharge Petititon - TAXES

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.305, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which would compel the President and future presidential nominees to publicly disclose their tax returns.

  • Swalwell Discharge Petition - ELECTION SECURITY

    This discharge petition, if signed by 218 members of Congress, would compel the consideration on the House floor of H.R.356, a bill to establish the National Commission on Foreign Interference in the 2016 Election.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/1/2017

    Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter requesting a Department of Defense review of a payment received by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn in return for dining with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent on February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/14/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding Gen. Michael Flynn's false information about his communications with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 14, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 2/15/2017

    Committee on Homeland Security Democrats sent a letter to White House counsel regarding reports that Gen. Michael Flynn made false statements regarding past meetings with Russian officials. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 15, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter requesting documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn's work with Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as his failure to report foreign contacts on his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 6/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus regarding White House Senior Advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's failure to disclose multiple meetings with Russian officials in his security clearance application. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 21, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 8/3/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Gen. Michael Flynn's former business partner requesting documents to assist in the committee’s investigation of Flynn’s unreported foreign contacts and foreign business relationships. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 10/18/2017

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue subpoenas to the White House and three companies related to Gen. Flynn for information on contact with Russians. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent October 18, 2017.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/16/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Michael Flynn, Jr. to determine if omitted Russian travel and contacts. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 16, 2018.

  • Letter on contact with Russians sent 1/18/2018

    The Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for security clearance documents related to Gen. Flynn and Jared Kushner and their undisclosed meetings with foreign governments. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent August 3, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/12/2017

    Reps. Conyers and Cummings sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn to request copies of all recordings in possession of the White House relating to communication between Trump and Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 5/30/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers requesting documents regarding the president's effort to counter the FBI's Russia probe. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 30, 2017.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 1/24/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General asking him to investigate a pattern of undermining the FBI by the White House and Justice political appointees. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 24, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 3/20/2018

    The ranking members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees sent a letter to Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly asking for information on gag orders White House staff were reportedly asked to sign which may bar them from cooperating with special counsel or Congressional investigations. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 20, 2018.

  • Letter on FBI investigation sent 4/11/2018

    The ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee and its subcommittee on National Security sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein requesting all records related to handwritten notes taken by a senior Justice Department official. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent April 11, 2018.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 5/12/2017

    House Judiciary Committee Democrats sent White House counsel a letter regarding the firing of James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 12, 2017.

  • Letter on Comey firing sent 6/29/2017

    All House Judiciary Democrats and all Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to the inspector general asking that he investigate whether Attorney General Sessions violated his recusal from the Russia investigation by his participation in the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 29, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 2/13/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz urging him to investigate Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 13, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/21/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings drafts proposed subpoena to White House for documents relating to Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 21, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 5/22/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz regarding Gen. Michael Flynn lying to security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent May 22, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 6/19/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Eliot Engel sent a letter regarding Gen. Michael Flynn’s work with foreign governments and his failure to accurately report his foreign travel and contacts in 2016 on his security clearance application and while being interviewed by security clearance investigators. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent June 19, 2017.

  • Letter on ethics sent 3/26/2018

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and subcommittee chair Raja Krishnamoorthi sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn requesting information on the ethics investigation of Jared Kushner ordered by the Office of Government Ethics. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent March 26, 2018

  • Letter on emoluments sent 2/1/2017

    Ranking members of the Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Armed Services, and Intelligence committees sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis requesting a review of a potentially serious violation of the Emoluments Clause by then National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn. Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent February 1, 2017.

  • Letter on emoluments sent 1/11/2018

    All House Oversight and Government Reform Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Gowdy requesting he issue a subpoena for documents from the Trump Organization relating to payments made to the organization by foreign government sources.Relevant Republican committee members neither voiced support for this letter, nor have made any similar public requests of Republican leadership. Letter sent January 11, 2018..

  • Letter on finances sent 1/12/2017

    Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and the top-ranking Democratic